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The YotaPhone 2 is a special smartphone with not one, but two screens. Here's our full and in-depth YotaPhone 2 review.
£440 inc VAT
Looking for an affordable dual-SIM smartphone with decent specs? Read our Alcatel OneTouch Idol X+ review.
£230 inc VAT
The new HTC One M9 is absolutely gorgeous, but hardware hasn't moved on much so can it compete with the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6? Read our full and in-depth HTC…
£579 inc VAT
The LG G4 has arrived to take on the Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9, iPhone 6 and other phones. Here's our full and in-depth LG G4 review.
£500 inc VAT
A virtually indestructible phone with 4G connectivity and easily swappable ROMs, the UMI Hammer is a bargain at under £100. Read our UMI Hammer review.
£93 inc VAT
The Acer Stream is a Google Android 2.1 smartphone with a 3.7in screen, a 5Mp camera and solid battery life.
£400 inc VAT
The LG Revolution is an attractive and solidly built Google Android smartphone, although the overlay LG slapped over Android isn't the slickest.
£400 inc VAT
Sony Ericsson is looking to take mobile gaming to the next level with the Xperia Play Android gaming smartphone.
£399 inc VAT
The coveted "Google phone" is finally here, but HTC's Google Nexus One isn't quite the superphone that Google intimated it would be. Updated 29 April 2010.
£180 inc VAT
The Acer Liquid is a contract-free touchscreen smartphone equipped with Google Android 1.6.
£330 inc VAT
The Motorola Quench mobile phone offers all the features and benefits of the Google Android operating system and Motorola's MotoBlur software.
The HTC HD Mini is a cut down version of the HTC HD2, and is sleeker and slimmer mobile phone device overall.
£300 inc VAT
The idea behind Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini mobile phone is very much in-line with the Nokia N97 mini and the HTC HD mini mobile phones.
£249 inc VAT
The LG Optimus GT540 is a Google Android phone aimed at first-time smartphone buyers. Possessing a stylish design and capable of DivX and Xvid video playback, the LG…
£199 inc VAT
The Acer beTouch E400 Google Android 2.1 smartphone comes with some great features for younger users.
£259 inc VAT
The Garmin Asus A10 takes the Nuvifone M10 hybrid GPS satnav and smartphone and upgrades it, moving from Windows Mobile to the Google Android platform in the process.
£349 inc VAT
The T-Mobile G2 Touch is the successor to 2008's much ballyhooed HTC G1 (aka the "Google Phone").
£400 inc VAT
The Sony Ericsson Cedar is an inexpensive, basic phone that has one great feature: 3G support.
£79 inc VAT
The Sony Ericsson Spiro is a basic slider phone with good looks and a penchant for playing music.
This good-looking Android 2.2 handset features a curved design and a metal accent on the back but, oddly, has a plastic backplate. The Acer Liquid Metal is chunkier…
£300 inc VAT
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