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The touchscreen 3G Nokia 5800 gives the mobile phone world a pleasant surprise. This iPhone rival brings plenty of hardware goodies, but can it compete with Apple's…
£349 inc VAT
Nokia's new all-you-can-download music-subscription service packaged with its mobile phones is a compelling offering to challenge Apple's iTunes Store - but it has…
£549 inc VAT
As Nokia's very first 3G phone with a full qwerty keyboard, the Nokia E71 is an all-around improvement on its predecessor, the E61. It not only has a sleeker and more…
£399 inc VAT
The Nokia 6220 Classic is a stylish and compact mobile phone.
The Nokia N96 is a multimedia handset with a 5Mp camera and Mpeg4 video filming – and it's equipped for future live mobile TV broadcasts.
Nokia's latest product in its line of internet devices is more appealing than earlier models, but it's expensive.
£329 inc VAT
The N81's fancy multimedia credentials, excellent connectivity options and well-designed search function will have you rushing out to buy one, but its tacky, plastic…
£390 inc VAT
The Nokia E62 is an affordable PDA phone offers an impressive package of serious productivity software.
£215 inc VAT
With GPS, Wi-Fi, music, video and a 5Mp camera, Nokia's N95 iPhone killer does it all. Read our review of the Nokia N95 to find out if it's up to scratch.
£549 inc VAT
Phone-based GPS is the future, but we're not wholly convinced by the Nokia.
Many phones claim to do it all. The latest model to show off its all-singing, all-dancing routine is the Nokia N93, which takes the media convergence cake and stuffs…
£449 inc VAT
The Nokia is the first properly compact phone specifically designed for satellite navigation.
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