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The Motorola Photon 4G is a Google Android smartphone that adds support for on-device encryption to Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" and support more Exchange ActiveSync…
£490 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Note is Samsung's unique half smartphone and half tablet device. The hybrid handset boasts a 5.3-inch screen and some impressive specs to boot.
£600 inc VAT
The 'world's first 3D phone', LG's Optimus P920 is a large, well-built handset with a 4.3in touchscreen and the older Google Android 2.2 Froyo operating system…
£509 inc VAT
HTC Sensation XL preview: When it comes to smartphones, how big is too big?
The HTC Rhyme may be targeting women, but this stylish and user friendly smartphone should appeal to a broader market.
£390 inc VAT
The thin and elegant Motorola Droid Razr is smoking when it comes to data speeds and performance, but the short battery life is a disappointment.
The original HTC Sensation gets a splash of red paint and an endorsement from Dr.Dre
£465 inc VAT
We aren’t convinced that 3D has a place in the smartphone world, although we do appreciate the way LG offers more than just 3D photo and video capture.
£358 inc VAT
The Motorola Defy+ remains the only option if you want an Android phone that will resist the elements.
£246 inc VAT
The S II is the follow up to Samsung's incredibly popular Galaxy S Android smartphone.
£406 inc VAT
The XPERIA Arc S remains a nice phone, but doesn't offer enough improvements over the original model.
£349 inc VAT
With Skype text input and Navigon's turn-by-turn GPS application, the Samsung Galaxy Y appears to offer plenty of bang for your buck.
£79 inc VAT
The Verzo Kinzo is an Android phone from a new company based in the Czech Republic.
£238 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G suffers from too much bloatware and dated specs, but it's still a good budget smartphone.
The Galaxy Nexus is the flagship for all Google Android phones, and the launch vehicle for Google's latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
£499 inc VAT
The Motorola Droid 4 is simply the best smartphone around - if you need a physical qwerty keyboard.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam is definitely one of the more interesting releases of 2012 so far. It's essentially an average, mid-range Android phone that boasts a built-in…
The HTC One X is HTC's new flagship Android phone, featuring a superb design, a fantastic display and offers excellent performance along with some very well designed…
£480 inc VAT
The Xperia S is the flagship Android device for 'new' smartphone manufacturer Sony, who recently bought out its former partner Ericsson.
£429 inc VAT
Samsung has finally revealed the Galaxy S III, the highly-anticipated successor to the popular Galaxy S II. We put it up against the Apple iPhone 4S, exploring the…
£499 inc VAT
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