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  1. Panasonic Eluga review

    Panasonic Eluga review

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    Android innards in a slimline and waterproof body mark Panasonic's return to European smartphone action.

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    HTC Evo 4G LTE review

    HTC Evo 4G LTE review

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    The HTC Evo 4G LTE has it all - amazing specs, beautiful design, (tons of acronyms)… but can it succeed on Sprint's network?

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    ZTE Tania review

    ZTE Tania review

    7  

    A new version of Windows Phone is in the offing, and ZTE's budget handset just might help bring the operating system to the masses.

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    Motorola Defy Mini review

    Motorola Defy Mini review

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    Motorola's Defy line of Android smartphones continues with a new, small, low cost addition. Is the baby of the family up to scratch?

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    Spotify for iPad review

    Spotify for iPad review

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    iPad-owning Spotify users have been crying out for a proper iPad app for months, sick of 2x-ing the relatively basic iPhone version - so was Spotify for iPad worth the wait?

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    HTC Vivid review

    HTC Vivid review

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    A bit bloated with Sense – but the HTC Vivid comes pretty close to complete with Android 4.0 and AT&T's fast 4G LTE data speeds.

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    LG Enlighten VS700 review

    LG Enlighten VS700 review

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    With the constant stream of high-profile smartphones getting cheaper every day, it's hard to imagine why manufacturers continue to aim for lower hanging fruit – but that's exactly what you'll find by plucking the LG Enlighten from Verizon's tree.

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    HTC One V review

    HTC One V review

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    The HTC One V might not boast a groundbreaking array of specs, but it will push the boundaries of the mid-level smartphone sector.

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    Samsung Focus Flash review

    Samsung Focus Flash review

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    A compact phone at a compact price with specs to compete with the big boys, but did it cut too many corners?

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    Motorola Motoluxe review

    Motorola Motoluxe review

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    Motorola is targeting the fashion-conscious with this smartphone. But is style an excuse for poor hardware and slow performance?

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    Pantech Jest 2 review

    Pantech Jest 2 review

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    A lower-end phone, with lower-end features, and a lower-end price. Any questions?

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    Pantech Breakout review

    Pantech Breakout review

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    The breakout is a budget phone with a mid-level feel. But will the cut corners required to keep the price down eventually lead to a buyer's remorse?

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    HTC Evo Design 4G review

    HTC Evo Design 4G review

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    Sprint's HTC EVO Design 4G attempts to be a "jack of all trades," promising fast 4G data speeds and the promise of international service on typically incompatible GSM networks, but the old adage "if it sounds too good…" seems to apply here.

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    HTC Rezound review

    HTC Rezound review

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    You can forget about Dre, because the HTC Rezound comes packed with more than just Beats audio. With a dual-core processor, gorgeous display, and 4G LTE the Rezound keeps the tempo up.

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    Asus Padfone 2 review

    Asus Padfone 2 review

    7  

    Asus improves on its smartphone-tablet hybrid concept, but the price of innovation may be too high for some.

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    Nokia Asha 201 review

    Nokia Asha 201 review

    7  

    The lack of 3G and Wi-Fi are a shame, but can a dirt cheap price, excellent battery life and QWERTY keyboard win fans?

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    Samsung Focus S review

    Samsung Focus S review

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    Thin and light without skimping on display or horsepower – is this the Windows Phone we've been waiting for?

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    LG Spectrum review

    LG Spectrum review

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    Offering Verizon Wireless subscribers yet another glossy-looking 4G LTE smartphone to choose from, the LG Spectrum is a variant of the LG Optimus LTE, also seen in a different form on AT&T as the LG Nitro HD.

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