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  1. Nokia C7 review

    Nokia C7 review

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    The Nokia N8 launched to mixed reviews - so can a stripped down and cheaper version help prove that Symbian^3 really is a smartphone platform worth taking notice of?

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    HTC Desire Z review

    HTC Desire Z review

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    The HTC Desire is, in effect, the second in the new Android range from HTC, with its much larger brother, the HTC Desire HD, taking most of the limelight.

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    LG Optimus 7 review

    LG Optimus 7 review

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    Windows Phone 7 has arrived an array of different handsets, so here we're looking at LG's entry: the Optimus 7.

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    HTC HD7 review

    HTC HD7 review

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    The HTC HD7 is by far the biggest of the Windows Phone 7 brigade, with a Desire HD- and HD2-matching 4.3-inch screen atop the near-identical hardware specs of its other WP7 brethren.

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    Samsung Omnia 7 review

    Samsung Omnia 7 review

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    Featuring a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and a cool industrial design, the Samsung Omnia 7 is a slightly different take from the LG and HTC crowd.

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    HTC 7 Mozart review

    HTC 7 Mozart review

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    The HTC 7 Mozart is one of three Windows Phone 7 launch handsets from the Taiwanese company, offering a surround-sound experience for video and music playback from your humble handset.

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    Sony Ericsson Spiro review

    Sony Ericsson Spiro review

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    The Sony Ericsson Spiro launched alongside the Zylo, its Walkman-branded slider brother-in-arms. While the Zylo used its FLAC audio support as its unique selling point, the Spiro doesn't really have a comparable feature, so what's to recommend it?

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    Orange San Francisco review

    Orange San Francisco review

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    The Orange San Francisco pops up as the first Android own branded device from Orange.

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    Samsung Galaxy Europa i5500 review

    Samsung Galaxy Europa i5500 review

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    The Galaxy Europa i5500 is another small format Android handset, running Android 2.1 but also packing in a much more pocket-friendly price.

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    Alcatel OT-980 review

    Alcatel OT-980 review

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    The Alcatel OT-980 is yet another budget Android handset, this time with a slider design and a mini QWERTY keyboard to differentiate it from the rest.

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    LG Town review

    LG Town review

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    Small, budget-friendly and complete with a slide out QWERTY keyboard, the LG Town GT350 seems and attractive social networker's phone. But does it do enough?

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    Nokia E5 review

    Nokia E5 review

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    The Nokia E5 is the latest handset from the mobile phone giant to try to straddle the professional and personal lives of its users.

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    ZTE Racer review

    ZTE Racer review

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    Is an Android phone for under £100 value for money?

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    Nokia C6 review

    Nokia C6 review

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    With the Nokia C7 looking like it'll pack Symbian S^3 when released, and MeeGo on the horizon, the Nokia C6 looks like it could be something of a swan song for Symbian S60 on the Nokia's smartphones.

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    Samsung Wave review

    Samsung Wave review

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    Samsung has made the somewhat leftfield decision to launch its own OS and with the new Samsung Wave it gets a phone with top-notch hardware to debut it on.

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    ngmoco We Farm review

    ngmoco We Farm review

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    This iPad app offers a guilt-free way to sow your seeds online

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    Acer Stream review

    Acer Stream review

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    Acer keeps forging ahead with new smartphone launches in 2010, and the latest, the Stream, looks stunning on paper.

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