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- Samsung (88 reviews)
- Htc (58 reviews)
- Motorola (48 reviews)
- Sony (48 reviews)
- Lg (38 reviews)
- Mobile (35 reviews)
- Huawei (18 reviews)
- Zte (13 reviews)
- Google (12 reviews)
- Acer (10 reviews)
- Ericsson (9 reviews)
- Asus (7 reviews)
- Prestigio (4 reviews)
- Archos (3 reviews)
- Electronics (3 reviews)
- Alcatel (2 reviews)
- Amazon (2 reviews)
- Nokia (2 reviews)
- Oneplus (2 reviews)
- Umi (2 reviews)
- Android (1 reviews)
- Bluboo (1 reviews)
- Dell (1 reviews)
- Doogee (1 reviews)
- Ee (1 reviews)
- Elephone (1 reviews)
- Garmin (1 reviews)
- Kingzone (1 reviews)
- Kyocera (1 reviews)
- Landvo (1 reviews)
- Medion (1 reviews)
- Mobiwire (1 reviews)
- Orange (1 reviews)
- Saygus (1 reviews)
- Verzo (1 reviews)
- Vodafone (1 reviews)
- Yota (1 reviews)
In the space of just 15 months Samsung has released the third generation of its Galaxy Ace Android smartphone. Read our full Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 review.
£127 inc VAT
The Ascend Y100 has a tiny screen, a mediocre camera and average performance but for under £100, can you really complain? Read our full review to find out more.
£60 inc VAT
The Kyocera Hydro is a waterproof Android smartphone with decent specifications. Here's our Kyocera Hydro review.
£82 inc VAT
The Motorola MotoSmart is a budget Android smartphone that is far from remarkable, but is extremely cheap. Read our Motorola MotoSmart review to find out more.
£100 inc VAT
The ZTE Grand X is the Chinese company's flagship own-brand Google Android phone, and taking Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
£200 inc VAT
Samsung has launched the Galaxy S3 which it says is selling pretty well. Apple's iPhone 5 is nearly upon us so we've compared the two heavyweight smartphones.
£499 inc VAT
The Razr i is the first fruit of Motorola's partnership with Intel. This smartphone touts performance from an Atom processor and an 'edge-to-edge' display all for a…
£345 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the outsized version of the Galaxy S III – a near-tablet sized smartphone with added stylus for handwriting and scribbling – REVISED 12…
£530 inc VAT
The LG Optimus G may well be the fastest smartphone with the most brilliant display available in the coming months. Here's our hands-on LG Optimus G review.
£200 inc VAT
What's the difference between the Galaxy S3 Mini and Galaxy S3? We take a look in our in-depth comparison review.
£250 inc VAT
The Sony Xperia tipo is Sony's new baby Android phone, with low price but limited specifications.
£129 inc VAT
The Google Nexus 4 features wireless charging and impressive specifications, but there's no LTE or expandable memory. Find out more in our Google Nexus 4 preview.
£239 inc VAT
The HTC Desire X is a middle of the range, middle of the road Android phone that sells for around £230 without a contract.
£230 inc VAT
Google is back with its latest smartphone. With a little help from LG, the Nexus 4 is the flagship Android phone. Read our Google Nexus 4 review to find out more.
£159 inc VAT
We take a look at three Samsung smartphones running Android: the Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy Note II. What's the difference, which is best, and which…
£127 inc VAT
What's the best mid-range Android smartphone out of the the Galaxy S3 Mini and Nexus 4? We take a look in our in-depth comparison review.
£250 inc VAT
Sony hasn't blown us away with its smartphones this year. The Sony Xperia T – also known as the new Bond Phone – is its new Android phone, pitched at the top end of…
£399 inc VAT
We compared the Nexus 4 and iPhone 5. Which is the best smartphone? Find out in our Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5 comparison review. UPDATED, January 4 2013.
£239 inc VAT
It's Samsung up against Google in our latest smartphone battle; read our Nexus 4 vs Galaxy S3 comparison review. Updated 4 January.
£239 inc VAT
Here's our hands-on review of Huawei's Full HD smartphone, the Ascend D2.
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