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The Huawei Y360 is cheaper by degrees.

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That's a 4-inch screen, with a lacklustre resolution -- a movie machine this ain't.

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The 4-inch size means it's perfectly pocketable though, bucking the trend for bigger phones.

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Exact prices haven't been confirmed, but Huawei told us it would cost less than £100 in the UK. That's pretty cheap for a smartphone, in any language -- it translates to about $150 or AU$200.

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The biggest omission is 4G LTE, but that does keep the price down.

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The Y360 will be powered by Android 4.4.4 KitKat software, not the latest 5.0 Lollipop.

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Here's the side.

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The phone packs a generous 2,000mAh battery, which is removable if you need to swap in a spare.

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