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The Sony Ericsson T715 mobile phone is an inexpensive, entry-level slider handset that gets the job done without much fanfare.
£170 inc VAT
The flip phone is a dying breed, but RIM is trying to bring it back with its latest mobile phone handset, the BlackBerry Style.
£66 inc VAT
The Motorola Flipout is without doubt the oddest-looking mobile phone we've come across in 2010.
£229 inc VAT
Acer's beTouch E130 is a budget 2.6in-touchscreen smartphone running Google Android 1.6 that looks very much like it means business.
£192 inc VAT
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 is a mid-range Google Android smartphone, targeted at users who can't afford the premium Xperia X10 and find the Xperia X10 mini or mini…
The E7 smartphone is a throwback to the days of the Nokia Communicator, a device that was marketed as a mini computer. Like Nokia's flagship N8, the E7 has excellent…
£494 inc VAT
Boasting a 5Mp camera, Wi-Fi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity and an FM radio, you could be forgiven for thinking LG's latest flagship handset, the LG GD880 Mini, is a…
£399 inc VAT
The $99 (about £51) Snap Personal Internet Communicator is part telephone, part intercom.
£51 inc VAT
The INQ1 or 'Social Mobile' is a tiny pay-as-you-go smartphone aimed at social networking on the move.
£79 inc VAT
The Samsung Galaxy Apollo - also known as the Samsung Galaxy 580 - is a Google Android phone that doesn't skimp on too many features.
£190 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 Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G suffers from too much bloatware and dated specs, but it's still a good budget smartphone.
The Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian smartphone with a staggeringly well specified camera. Here's our Nokia 808 PureView review. Updated July 24 2012.
£500 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
The Motorola Motoluxe is a mid-priced Android smartphone with stylish looks and an 8Mp camera. Read our Motoluxe review to find out more.
£200 inc VAT
The Motorola Droid 3 is a Google Android 2.3 'Gingerbread' smartphone with a huge hardware keyboard. But does it live up to its specification? We review the Droid 3…
£160 inc VAT
Nokia Lumia 710: An affordable Windows Phone with interchangeable covers and a sharp display.
The Bold 9790 is a business smartphone running Blackberry OS 7 featuring a touchscreen and a QWERTY keypad.
£399 inc VAT
The Motorola Droid 4 is simply the best smartphone around - if you need a physical qwerty keyboard.
The Nokia X7 is a Symbian Anna smartphone with a 4-inch AMOLED display.
£325 inc VAT
- LG G2: The best smartphone you can buy
- Google Nexus 5: The best value smartphone you can buy
- Sony Xperia Z1 Compact: A flagship smartphone in a manageable size
- Sony Xperia Z1: Xperia Z gets tuned but puts on weight
- iPhone 5S: Apple's best iPhone yet
- Motorola Moto G: The best budget smartphone ever
- HTC One: great high-end Android matches, but can't beat the best. A good deal
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3: fastest phone a slim, well-built phablet with stunning display
- Sony Xperia Z: stylish Android smartphone with robust design
- Samsung Galaxy S4: the new flagship Galaxy Android smartphone
- iPhone 5C: Apple's cheap plastic iPhone not worth your consideration
- HTC Desire 500: a great mid-range smartphone with impressive specs and performance
- Huawei Ascend P6: world's thinnest iPhone?
- HTC One mini - smaller, lighter, much cheaper HTC One
- HTC One Max - huge Android phone is a stylish heavyweight performer
- Nokia Lumia 1520: Windows Phone gets better and bigger
- Nokia Lumia 720 - Windows phone offers high-end performance at a decent price
- Samsung Galaxy S4 mini: offers a cheaper but downgraded version of the S4