6. Motorola Moto G
The Motorola Moto G is attractive, relatively feature-rich, and a good option for Android shoppers on a tight budget. It also boasts an ergonomic design, and runs Android KitKat.
7. HTC Inspire 4G
Not everyone wants a top-of-the-line Android phone, and this HTC phone will appeal to people looking for a touchscreen phone that won’t break the bank. Even though this is an older phone, the Inspire still has HTC’s signature attention to design. This phone is a workhorse with a proven track record.
8. Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, pictured above with a Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, is a top-selling smartphone. If you’re the kind of person who likes using a stylus with your Android phone, this is definitely the phone to buy.
9. LG G Flex
The G Flex is a phone you’ll either love or hate. Some critics have panned the phone’s display and gimmicky curved design, while others have gone wild for the ergonomic lines of this phone and its array of cool features. One thing both sides can agree on? This phone doesn’t look like anything else out there.
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10. Sony Xperia L
The Xperia L is budget-friendly Android phone that doubles as a stellar camera. You can have a premium camera experience at a bargain basement price.
Beautiful screen for its price
Excellent rear camera
Perfect for someone who loves the new Xperia phones, but has a tight budget
Solid battery life
Feels nice in your hand
Typing on the keyboard can be frustrating
Front camera specs could be a bit beefier
Easy to hit the wrong buttons by accident
Lacks processing power
Battery-boosting STAMINA function may be overhyped, according to some reviewers
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