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The Samsung Galaxy Apollo - also known as the Samsung Galaxy 580 - is a Google Android phone that doesn't skimp on too many features.
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The Samsung Monte S5620 might not be as exciting a phone as the latest iPhone or the latest Google Android super-phones but it’s an exciting phone nonetheless. After…
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The Samsung Galaxy Fame is a very cheap budget Android smartphone. Here's our Galaxy Fame review.
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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…
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The Samsung B3410 is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone that includes a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
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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.
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We take a look at three Samsung smartphones running Android: the Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy Note II. What's the difference, which is best, and which…
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Samsung has a confusingly large amount of smartphones on offer, one of which is the budget-friendly Galaxy Young (S6310). Find out more in our Samsung Galaxy Young…
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Samsung's Galaxy mini smartphone offers an affordable entry point to Google Android.
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Samsung's Omnia HD i8910 is a 3G smartphone capable of HD-sized video capture.
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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…
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Also known as the UpStage – Samsung's M260 is a two-faced iPhone fighter. There's no news yet as to when the Samsung M260 will arrive in the UK, but as PC Advisor's…
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With Skype text input and Navigon's turn-by-turn GPS application, the Samsung Galaxy Y appears to offer plenty of bang for your buck.
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The Samsung GenoA C3510 mobile phone is inexpensive for a touchscreen handset.
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Designed for users with an "active lifestyle", the basic Samsung E1130 mobile phone is ideal for tradespeople, or for use as a secondary, inexpensive phone. Samsung’s…
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The Samsung H1 touchscreen phone is less glamorous-looking than some of its black-cloaked counterparts (it comes in black if you prefer that to the silver we tested),…
The Samsung S7550 Blue Earth (unlocked GSM world phone) is the latest in a new batch of ecofriendly phones, including Samsung's own Reclaim handset.
Targeted at young people interested in social networking while on the move, the Samsung S3653 Corby is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone.
Not yet available in the UK, the Samsung Instinct will appear familiar to anyone who's clapped eyes on the Apple iPhone. So everyone, then.
Described by Samsung as a "truly feminine handset", the Samsung UltraS S7350 mobile phone we tested was, predictably, pink.
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