The Nokia 1.3 exceeds all expectations for a phone so cheap. It has a bright IPS display, a neat and compact design and a camera that isn’t too bad for the price.
Its sturdy build materials should help it last the test of time, too, and the removable back cover makes for easy battery replacements in the future. Performance-wise, it may be lacking, but with Android Go apps that best cater towards low-end hardware, it’s able to make the best of its weak internal specifications.
If your budget is absolutely capped at £80 then there really is nothing else on the market quite like the Nokia 1.3. However, should you be willing to cough up an extra £20 or so, it’s well worth considering the Vodafone Smart V10 instead.