Quick verdict If you're looking for the best budget smartphone on the market then look no further, for the Android 4.4 toting Moto G gives you more than enough bang for your buck. See the best Moto G deals 8. HTC One Before you all bust a spleen about the HTC One's mighty tumble from top spot hear us out. Unless you're desperate to pay slightly less per month, the new HTC One M8 does everything the One does - just a whole lot better. If you've got your heart set on HTC's Sense UI, its Ultrapixel camera, or the sultry premium design you're better off spending a little bit of extra cash and nabbing yourself the superior One M8. That said, if your budget really can't stretch that far the HTC One is still an accomplished handset which feels great in the hand and works wonderfully well - although the battery life can be a little hit and miss Quick Verdict The original One still deserves its place in the top ten, but remember that this has one year fewer in terms of HTC promising to keep it upgraded, so if you pick it up now you might not get the newer versions of the software in 12 months time.
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ZOPO ZP998 Octacore Android Smartphone Review and Giveaway
Unfortunately, its picture quality isnt particularly good. While it color accuracy is adequate, the edge detection isnt great. You end up getting pictures that appear fuzzy, which defeats the purpose of using a high megapixel camera. Were the ZP998 upgraded to Android 4.4, it might use the sublime Google Camera unfortunately, an update doesnt appear likely. Initial Impressions The ZOPO ZP998 comes in a black, silver-lettered matte box, positioned on a felt tray.
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Microsoft launches Outlook web app for Android smartphones
OWA will only work if your mailbox is running on Office 365 for business (doesnt include Office 365 personal, Office 365 Home, or Outlook.com) and your device size is considered small or normal by Android OS (translation: no phablet or tablet support just yet). Microsoft says the pre-release is to gather feedback, fix bugs, and generally make sure the app is ready for general release. Only a few devices can use it now with more being added regularly, according to Microsoft. In fact, you can vote to have your device added on OWA for devices . Despite offering everything you can already do on OWA for iPhone, the Android version of the app does have one additional feature in the form of contact syncing. Consequently, you can update contacts directly from the devices address book and the app will make sure the changes apply to your Office 365 mailbox as well.
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