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Sporting an unconventional design that houses one of the largest full qwerty keyboards we've seen on a smartphone, the Nokia 6760 Slide is definitely different.
£195 inc VAT
Boasting 3G connectivity, a full touch-screen interface and 2GB of built-in memory, the LG GD910 watch phone is surprisingly intuitive to use for such a small device,…
£500 inc VAT
The HP iPaq Glisten smartphone has some excellent business features, but a small touchscreen.
The Asus P526 is a smartphone with useful features, but we have some concerns about connectivity and low hardware configuration.
£299 inc VAT
To us, this mobile phone looks more like an electric razor than anything else. The TS10 from Toshiba, available only as a pay-as-you-talk model from Vodafone,…
£72 inc VAT
The Motorola Titanium is a rugged, push-to-talk phone with great battery life.
£99 inc VAT
Phone-based GPS is the future, but we're not wholly convinced by the Nokia.
With a 5Mp camera propping up its generous feature list, the Samsung G600 is automatically propelled into the Nokia N95's premier league.
We reviewed the 3G Sony Ericsson P1i handset for two reasons: a Sony-branded business phone is a rarity, and it’s the first Sony Ericsson phone to work with…
The HTC Shift's design straddles the middle ground between smartphone and laptop.
£885 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
Datawind's PocketSurfer2 R is a contract-free mobile web-surfing device that works wherever there's GPRS coverage - but does nothing else.
£159 inc VAT
Sony Ericsson's Yari is the first mobile handset to include motion-controlled gaming. Unfortunately, it's otherwise fairly unremarkable.
Acer recently entered the mobile phone market, and the Acer neoTouch is its top Windows Mobile smartphone.
£330 inc VAT
Like its older N97 sibling, the Nokia N97 Mini has reliable multimedia features, but the OS desperately needs a redesign.
The LG GW525 is a mobile phone with a great keyboard, decent music playback and a responsive touchscreen.
£190 inc VAT
Samsung's Corby line-up of phones offer good looks and decent UI all linked together by affordable price-tags. The Samsung CorbyTXT B3210 with its full qwerty…
£139 inc VAT
The Garmin Asus Nuvifone M10 is one of very few smartphones that has GPS as its primary feature. But does it do enough to qualify as a good phone?
£359 inc VAT
The HTC Smart mobile phone borrows many design cues from the Android operating system, but has basic features and lacks a third-party application store.
£179 inc VAT
The Motorola Backflip is certainly a very different looking Google Android smartphone, boasting what the company calls a "unique reverse-flip" design.
£389 inc VAT
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- 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