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- Lg (30 reviews)
- Mobile (27 reviews)
- Google (12 reviews)
- Huawei (12 reviews)
- Acer (9 reviews)
- Ericsson (9 reviews)
- Zte (9 reviews)
- Asus (7 reviews)
- Archos (3 reviews)
- Electronics (3 reviews)
- Nokia (2 reviews)
- Oneplus (2 reviews)
- Amazon (1 reviews)
- Android (1 reviews)
- Dell (1 reviews)
- Ee (1 reviews)
- Garmin (1 reviews)
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- Landvo (1 reviews)
- Mobiwire (1 reviews)
- Orange (1 reviews)
- Prestigio (1 reviews)
- Verzo (1 reviews)
- Yota (1 reviews)
The Motorola RAZR V is a slightly thicker and better designed version of the flagship Motorola smartphone the RAZR, but apart from its design, it offers little to get…
£500 inc VAT
The Verzo Kinzo is an Android phone from a new company based in the Czech Republic.
£238 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 Orange San Diego, also known as the Intel AZ210A, is the first mobile phone with an Intel processor to hit the UK. We take a close look at this interesting new…
£200 inc VAT
The HTC One SV is a mid-range Android phone that has a comfortable design, 4G capabilities and reasonably good battery life. Find out more about it in our HTC One SV…
£319 inc VAT
The HTC Wildfire is a smaller, cheaper version of the HTC Desire mobile phone. The Wildfire's low-resolution display and occasional lag are down sides, but it is well…
£229 inc VAT
The XPERIA Arc S remains a nice phone, but doesn't offer enough improvements over the original model.
£349 inc VAT
The Sony Xperia Sola is a solid, but not outstanding mid-range Android phone that's a little overpriced.
£345 inc VAT
Samsung's Galaxy mini smartphone offers an affordable entry point to Google Android.
£101 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
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
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
Looking for a decent Android smartphone, but don't want one as big and expensive as the Samsung Galaxy S3 or HTC One X+? Then read our Galaxy S3 mini review to find…
£250 inc VAT
The Asus Fonepad is an inexpensive 7in tablet that is also a smartphone. Here's our Asus Fonepad hands-on review.
£179 inc VAT
The MobiWire Gemini is a budget Android handset which offers the unusual feature – in the UK anyway – of dual-SIM card slots. Read our MobiWire Gemini review to find…
£200 inc VAT
The Sony Xperia ZL is just your average high-end smartphone. Here's our Sony Xperia ZL review.
£450 inc VAT
The Galaxy S4 Zoom is a mash up of Samsung's Galaxy S4 mini and a compact camera with a 10x zoom. Our Galaxy S4 Zoom review tries to make sense of this ugly duckling…
£400 inc VAT
ZTE is continuing to refresh its Blade series of budget smartphones. Here's our review of the ZTE Blade V.
£77 inc VAT
Sony has joined the emerging phablet market with its Xperia Z Ultra. Check out our Sony Xperia Z Ultra review to find out more.
£599 inc VAT
The HTC Desire C is a cheap and very compact Google smartphone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
£180 inc VAT
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