The latest Nokia Smartphone reviews at PC Advisor. Smartphone user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
The Nokia X3 Touch and Type is a budget smartphone. It has a hybrid design that combines a touchscreen as well as a traditional 12-button phone keypad.
The Nokia E63 smartphone offers excellent business features at an affordable price.
£200 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
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
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 830 has arrived, but how does it compare to its predecessor, the Nokia Lumia 820? We investigate.
£400 inc VAT
Take a look at the spec sheet and you might think the Lumia 530 is a reasonable upgrade to the popular 520. Look again, though, as we explain why you might be better…
£90 inc VAT
Nokia has announced the Lumia 530 which sets its sights on the Motorola Moto G. Can it become the best budget smartphone? Read our Moto G vs Lumia 530 to see how they…
£90 inc VAT
What's the difference between the Lumia 535, Lumia 530 and Lumia 520? We explore the differences and similarities in our Lumia 535 vs 530 vs 520 comparison.
£90 inc VAT
Microsoft is marketing its Lumia 735 as the ultimate smartphone for taking selfies, but before the Windows Phone even went on sale HTC one-upped it with the 13Mp…
£189 inc VAT
Even the cheapest smartphones aren't cheap enough for some people. Here we show you how to get a free phone in our Nokia 105 review.
The Nokia C6-00, or Nokia C6, is an entry-level smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
£234 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
The Lumia 530 is Nokia and Microsoft's latest cheap smartphone. It is good in parts, poor in others. Here's our Nokia Lumia 530 review, with Lumia 530 benchmarks,…
£60 inc VAT
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
Phone-based GPS is the future, but we're not wholly convinced by the Nokia.
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
Like its older N97 sibling, the Nokia N97 Mini has reliable multimedia features, but the OS desperately needs a redesign.
The E7 smartphone is a throwback to the days of the Nokia Communicator, a device that was marketed as a mini computer. Like Nokia's flagship N8, the E7 has excellent…
£494 inc VAT
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