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  1. Sony Ericsson Zylo review

    Sony Ericsson Zylo review

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    Though Sony Ericsson has recently taken care of the more serious phone users with the Xperia X10, the X10 Mini, the X10 Mini Pro and the Vivaz, those looking for a mid-range feature have been left out for a while. In particular, there was obviously space for a media-capable feature phone, because that's what we've been delivered in the shape of the Sony Ericsson Zylo. It's been a while since the Sony Ericsson Aino last brought media to the masses, and though the Zylo doesn't have all the fancy PS3 connectivity that made the Aino so unusual, it still has digital playback at its core.

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    Motorola Milestone XT720 review

    Motorola Milestone XT720 review

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    We've been waiting for the Motorola Milestone XT720 for absolutely ages. When we looked at the Motoroi back in February we said it was launching in Korea and destined to come to Europe. Well, with a change of name, the loss of its digital video tuner and a few other tweaks to make it UK-friendly, the Motoroi has made it to the UK as the Motorola Milestone XT720.

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    Samsung Galaxy Apollo i5800 review

    Samsung Galaxy Apollo i5800 review

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    The newly resurgent Samsung, fresh from the rampant global success of its Android phone, is now scaling down its touchscreen ambitions for those who can't quite stretch to the top-of-the-range phone's tariff demands.

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    ZTE F930 review

    ZTE F930 review

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    With a touchscreen and budget price tag, is the ZTE F930 going to be a winner for Three, or does it just look like a smarpthone pretender with no substance?

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    Acer Liquid E review

    Acer Liquid E review

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    Acer reboots its Liquid range with the addition of the Liquid E - which seems to be nothing more than an Android 2.1 update. Is it worthy of a separate release, or is Acer just trying to pull two launches out of one phone?

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    Garmin Asus Nuvifone M10 review

    Garmin Asus Nuvifone M10 review

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    While previous attempts to fuse mobile phones and sat-nav devices haven't set the world alight, Garmin-Asus is hoping that its latest Windows Mobile-powered attempt will change all that.

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    Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro review

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro review

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    Sony Ericsson has taken the popular Xperia X10 Mini, bolted a keyboard on the bottom, and turned it into the Xperia X10 Mini Pro - but does it add enough to justify the higher price tag?

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    LG Cookie Fresh review

    LG Cookie Fresh review

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    LG sometimes seems like an unstoppable force, churning out handset after handset at regular and frequent intervals. As well as plenty of standalone mobiles, there are several series, with the Viewty, Chocolate and Cookie ranges standing out in the mind.

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    Nokia C3 review

    Nokia C3 review

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    Nokia's C3 is a companion to the recently launched, and well-received, C5 and a lookalike for the perennial favourite E72. But don't, for a single moment, labour under the illusion that it is a direct competitor for, or update of, the E72.

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    Vodafone 845 review

    Vodafone 845 review

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    Vodafone has wandered into view toting a budget Android 2.1 phone with the new Vodafone 845 - a seemingly huge amount of tech packed into dinky dimensions.

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    Black Pixel Bistromath review

    Black Pixel Bistromath review

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    Don't panic! Bistromath is a bill splitter for your iPhone that's out of this world

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    Nokia C5 review

    Nokia C5 review

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    The new Nokia C5 offers a taste of things pre-touchscreen: simple, cheap and apparently easy to use... but is it too old fashioned?

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    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro review

    Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro review

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    The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro is a phone that's designed for the 'power-user' - there's no other way to look at it given that it's pretty much a Vivaz with a full QWERTY keyboard on the back.

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    Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini review

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini review

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    The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini should be nothing more than a shrunken version of the Xperia X10 - but in reality it's a whole new phone that gives Android a complete makeover.

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    Nokia 6700 Slide review

    Nokia 6700 Slide review

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    Nokia's dogged commitment to producing a wide range of handsets for a wide range of budgets and types of interest continues with the Nokia 6700 Slide.

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    BlackBerry Pearl 3G review

    BlackBerry Pearl 3G review

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    RIM hopes to finally break the QWERTY stereotype with its latest consumer-friendly smartphone, the BlackBerry Pearl 3G.

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    Momento iPhone app review

    Momento iPhone app review

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    This is what a diary behaves and looks like in the 21st century!

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    Palm Pixi Plus review

    Palm Pixi Plus review

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    The Palm Pixi Plus sees the Pre's dinky sidekick make its UK debut and is the latest smartphone to offer a scaled down, affordable alternative to a premium handset.

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    Palm Pre Plus review

    Palm Pre Plus review

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    The Palm Pre Plus is the first device the company has launched in the UK since it was forced to sell-up to HP, which, of course, came as a direct consequence of Pre's poor performance across the globe.

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    HTC Smart review

    HTC Smart review

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    Quietly Brilliant – that's HTC's latest marketing slogan. And although we're not generally won over by such rhetoric, in this particular case, it rings pretty true.

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    Samsung Monte review

    Samsung Monte review

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    Samsung's touchscreen mobile phone onslaught shows no sign of stopping, with the Monte arriving on the heels of the Samsung Genio Touch, Genio Slide and Galaxy Portal.

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