Phones that cost over a thousand have become a normality associated with life, but that doesn't mean you need to spend up, and now there are two more below the $500 mark.
We all have phones, and for the most part, they all largely look the same: big touchscreens with a camera or two on the back. But this year, mobile makers are dabbling once again, and that's good news all round.
It’s the end of a big year of phones, and we’re delving into the best of the best. Android or iPhone, which phone will take the best phone place? We’ll talk to Finder’s Alex Kidman and WhistleOut’s Alex Choros to help us decide.
With a battery that just goes on and on and on, Motorola's Moto E5 has the capacity to surprise, especially at a $229 price point.