The camera on the Galaxy J5 is really the phone's only issue, though, as the rest of it is great value. Despite this, it's clear that the Motorola Moto G4 is the phone to beat in the budget smartphone space right now.
It's a shame to end on the slight downer of the camera because it's the only area where the Samsung Galaxy J5 puts a foot wrong as far as I'm concerned... It's smooth, stylish, and performs nicely with a bright screen and an incredible battery life.
At this price, the Galaxy J5 is a very strong rival for the other cut-price handsets. It's a solid all-rounder, offering dependable performance and excellent battery life as well as some brilliant camera tech.
The third-gen Moto G just retains its place in our budget smartphone affections thanks to its classier looks and build quality as well as its clean version of Android and waterproofing. Even so, the J5 has a lot going for it and is a very good alternative if you want a better looking screen and a replaceable battery.
The J5 is a mid-range model with an attractive slimline design and solid, mid-range capabilities. Its best features are its HD AMOLED screen, decent camera and battery life. Watch out for the smallish 8GB of memory though.
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