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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the outsized version of the Galaxy S III – a near-tablet sized smartphone with added stylus for handwriting and scribbling – REVISED 12…
£530 inc VAT
As is the custom in the many markets, mini models offer a cheaper but downgraded version of a flagship product. Samsung's latest downgrade is the Galaxy S4 mini so…
£380 inc VAT
The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone has now been out for a couple of months. Here's where we find out whether the flagship Samsung phone is still head…
£500 inc VAT
The S II is the follow up to Samsung's incredibly popular Galaxy S Android smartphone.
£406 inc VAT
In the space of just 15 months Samsung has released the third generation of its Galaxy Ace Android smartphone. Read our full Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 review.
£127 inc VAT
The Galaxy S4 Active is one of Samsung's family of Galaxy S4 smartphones. This Android phone is built to last: a toughened smartphone able to handle dust, water, and…
£486 inc VAT
Samsung has updated the Galaxy Note 4 with a stunning Quad HD screen, a powerful processor, camera improvements and more. Here's our Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review.
£599 inc VAT
Is the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge a great gadget or a complete gimmick? Find out in our full and in-depth Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review.
£650 inc VAT
The Galaxy S6 Edge is the dual edge version of Samsung's new flagship Galaxy smartphone. Here's our full and in-depth Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge review.
£760 inc VAT
The Galaxy S5 is the old model now but should you still buy one? Here's our Samsung Galaxy S5 review.
£549 inc VAT
Described by Samsung as the "world's first 12.1 megapixel cameraphone" the Pixon 12 combines an excellent camera with Samsung's TouchWIZ user interface, but potential…
£499 inc VAT
Targeted at young people interested in social networking while on the move, the Samsung S3653 Corby is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone.
Described by Samsung as a "truly feminine handset", the Samsung UltraS S7350 mobile phone we tested was, predictably, pink.
The Samsung Q1 Ultra HSDPA is a great device if you just need to stay online while you're on the move, but it's not really equipped for anything more taxing.
£899 inc VAT
Samsung's F110 brings your iPod, fitness-training system and mobile phone together in one easily portable, hi-tech gadget.
The Samsung Chat 335 (styled as Ch@t 335) is an entry-level smartphone. It's meant for users with a strong SMS habit who also want online connectivity without…
£96 inc VAT
The Galaxy Ace is a mid-range Android smartphone that offers a slick user experience. Read our full review to find out more.
£199 inc VAT
The Galaxy Nexus is the flagship for all Google Android phones, and the launch vehicle for Google's latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
£499 inc VAT
The Samsung Omnia W (windows phone) is a smaller, rounder version of its predecessor, but is not the juicy mango we're looking for.
Samsung's Galaxy mini smartphone offers an affordable entry point to Google Android.
£101 inc VAT
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