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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
Last year RIM introduced the BlackBerry Torch 9800, a touchscreen/QWERTY-keyboard hybrid. Almost exactly a year later, the BlackBerry Torch 9810 has arrived.
£459 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 HTC First is the first smartphone to launch with Facebook Home preinstalled. It's the much-vaunted 'Facebook Phone'. Here's our HTC First review.
£99 inc VAT
ZTE's latest addition to the Blade family is the Blade 3, but does this £79 Android smartphone have anything to offer beyond a budget price? Read our ZTE Blade 3…
£79 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 928 is a budget version of that flagship Windows Phone 8 the Lumia 920. You can buy the Lumia 928 only in the US - but should we care? Read our Nokia…
£65 inc VAT
If you're after a BlackBerry 10 smartphone with a keyboard, and you're on a budget the Q5 is your best option. Or is it? Find out its worth in our BlackBerry Q5 review.
£315 inc VAT
The Prestigio MultiPhone PAP5000 DUO is a huge phone that takes two SIMs. Here's PC Advisor's Prestigio MultiPhone PAP5000 DUO review.
£149 inc VAT
Despite being dropped from Vodafone's lineup, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 smartphone is available SIM-free in the UK for around £499.
£499 inc VAT
Designed for users with an "active lifestyle", the basic Samsung E1130 mobile phone is ideal for tradespeople, or for use as a secondary, inexpensive phone. Samsung’s…
£44 inc VAT
The Samsung B3410 is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone that includes a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
£129 inc VAT
The Nokia C6-00, or Nokia C6, is an entry-level smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
£234 inc VAT
The LG Optimus L7 is the premium option within the Korean firm's L-Style range of smartphones. The L7 is the largest and has the best listed specification of the…
£250 inc VAT
With an extremely wide screen aspect ratio of 4:3, the LG Optimus Vu is definitely a contender for the oddest phone of 2012.
£347 inc VAT
The LG L3 is a cheap Android smartphone, but does that make it a bargain? Read our LG L3 review to find out.
£120 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
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- New HTC One M8 2014: better than the original and now with a microSD card slot
- 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
- Samsung Galaxy S5: flagships smartphone has new features but doesn't stand out from the crowd
- Motorola Moto G: The best ever budget smartphone
- 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
- 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 1320: large-screen Windows Phone a great deal for first-time buyers
- 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
- Lumia 520: budget smartphone offers good features and build for less than £100
- iPhone 5C: Apple's cheap plastic iPhone not worth your consideration
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