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Made from heavy metal, but has a light price
The Axon isn’t a perfect phone, or even a perfect mid-range phone, but it’s got a lot going for it anyway. Describing it as ‘premium value’ is accurate. The build and materials used should be considered premium, and for $330 unlocked, it’s hard to argue with the Axon.
Performance isn’t a concern unless you consider yourself a truly heavy-duty user, and camera inconsistencies notwithstanding, it takes good photos, some even on par or better than phones double the price. The Axon faces stiff competition from the OnePlus 2, which can be purchased... Full review
Worth a look for the price
The overall performance picture falls in line with what mid-range smartphones are typically capable of today, and the Axon is no exception. It sits nicely within that space, but doesn’t quite have enough to leapfrog ahead of the pack in every aspect. It does some things better, but not everything.
Even so, it’s worth the $400 it costs to buy it outright. The problem is that it’s exclusively available to Fido customers (at $0 on a two-year contract). You could also buy it from Fido and then get it unlocked from a third-party immediately thereafter. The exclusivit... Full review
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