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A solid 1GHz processor and 2GB of internal memory, GPS with Nokia Maps in support, and the usual smartphone accoutrements of Wi-Fi and HSDPA are all included along…
£300 inc VAT
Nokia Lumia 710: An affordable Windows Phone with interchangeable covers and a sharp display.
With a stunning display, fast data speeds, and a versatile camera, the Lumia 900 has what it takes to compete with the iPhone and with Android handsets.
£500 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 900 is not only the biggest Windows Phone I've seen, but the most Windows-y smartphone in town. Read our Nokia Lumia 900 review to find out more.
£500 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 610 is the baby of the company's Lumia family and aims to bring a Windows Phone device to the low-end of the market.
£160 inc VAT
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
Now we know the tech specs of the iPhone 5, we take an in-depth look at how it stacks up against a Windows Phone 8 rival: Nokia's flagship Lumia 920. Updated 14th…
£400 inc VAT
Nokia is planning a comeback. Leading the charge is its flagship Lumia 920 smartphone. Nokia calls it the 'world's most innovative smartphone' - read our Nokia Lumia…
£444 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 820 may be overshadowed by the Lumia 920 but this Windows Phone 8 smartphone shouldn't be simply bypassed. Read our Nokia Lumia 820 review to find out…
£400 inc VAT
We compare Samsung's Galaxy S4 Android phone with the best of Windows Phone 8, the Nokia Lumia 920. Here's our Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone…
£444 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 720 is a Windows Phone 8 phone that hits the sweet spot: it's not as expensive as the top Windows Phones, but it offers good performance and…
£200 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
The Nokia Lumia 620 is a cheap way to get your hands on a Windows Phone 8 device. Read our Nokia Lumia 620 review to find out more.
£150 inc VAT
Bucking Nokia’s own recent trend is the Lumia 925, the first grown-up-looking smartphone from Microsoft’s dedicated Windows phone manufacturer. Here's our Nokia Lumia…
£450 inc VAT
The Nokia Lumia 1020 is the Finnish firm's latest and greatest Windows smartphone with a 41-megapixel camera. Here's our Nokia Lumia 1020 review. UPDATED: 23rd…
£600 inc VAT
Adding to the already large family of Lumia smartphones, Nokia has introduced the budget Lumia 625. Here's our Nokia Lumia 625 review.
£189 inc VAT
The Nokia Asha 503 is a phone that runs its own OS and is aimed at the budget end of the smartphone market. Read our Nokia Asha 503 review to find out what it's like.
£69 inc VAT
Nokia is launching new Windows Phone devices on a regular basis and the Lumia 1520 is its latest and biggest yet. Here's our Nokia Lumia 1520 review.
£550 inc VAT
The Nokia XL smartphone is a 5-inch device running a ridiculously customised version of Google Android. We spent some time with the new smartphone at MWC 2014, here's…
£89 inc VAT
The Nokia X is the firm's first Android smartphone at it will launch at less than £100. Read our hands-on review of the Nokia X to see what Nokia has done to Android.
£89 inc VAT
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