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Low-end hardware does cheap, supersize Nuu Mobile N5L phone no favors

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If a $130 price tag (that's about £84 or AU$180) on a 5.5-inch phone sounds like it's too good to be true, you might be right. It all depends on how many concessions you're willing to make for an inexpensive Android phone. For me, outdated parts and the past version of Android software on Nuu Mobile's N5L wouldn't make the grade, at least not on paper.

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