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League of Smartphones: Mid range no-brainers

1. Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

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Sony’s mini version of dethroned flagship Xperia Z1 is a jewel of a smartphone which packs top-notch features into a more compact smartphone. Although it possesses a price tag of just under £450 for the SIM-free version, it is an extremely promising masterpiece of technology in today’s flooded market of 5-inch+ megaphones.

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Sony being Sony, the Z1 Compact is a superbly crafted smartphone as a result of meticulous premium materials as well as the retaining of it’s uber cool water-proof features which allows up to a metre of underwater usage. The Z1 Compact is also as fast as a compact phone could be, powered by the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 as well as a 2GB ram processor. The mini-beast also packs a punch in it’s camera, boasting a 20.7 megapixel shooter. Besides, the screen shows rich colors and is an example of an industry-standard screen in a mini-phone.

2. Sony Xperia SP

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Despite being an older sibling in the Xperia family, the SP still boasts many features we take into account that fits the image of a no-brainer.

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The SP houses a high-resolution 4.6-inch screen that itself houses 319 pixels per inch (ppi). It also has a market-standard 8-megapixel shooter that shoots great pictures although it certainly doesn’t compare to our first choice mid-ranger. The SP is also fairly fast, with little evidence of lag due to it’s dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and 1GB ram

3. LG Optimus F7

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Getting tired of Sony? Here’s our next recommendation – made by LG!

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The F7 possesses a 4.7-inch True HD IPS display screen, which is enough for webpages to look crispy clear. A similar 8-megapixel is found in the F7, of which shoots similarly great photos. Furthermore, the F7 is powered by the Snapdragon S4 and a 1GB ram chip which is the same as the Xperia SP.

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