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  1. Sony Ericsson Elm review

    Sony Ericsson Elm review

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    We've seen plenty of the recent razzle dazzle in the mobile phone market revolving around tech-loaded touchscreen smartphones and their eye-catching budget feature phone stablemates. By contrast, handsets that are marketed primarily on their eco-friendliness have, so far, been a relatively unimportant sideshow, and the few choices that have been available have mostly been worthy-but-unexciting designs with modest features.

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    Nokia 5230 review

    Nokia 5230 review

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    One of the great truths about smartphones is that you should always match a phone to your actual needs. The Nokia 5230, despite falling short of expectations, is an intelligent device that offers a wealth of unique features. Whether these features match your needs is the real question.

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    HTC HD Mini review

    HTC HD Mini review

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    Hot on the heels of the excellent HTC Legend and the even more impressive HTC Desire, is the HTC HD Mini. But whereas the Legend and Desire both come equipped with Android 2.1, the HD Mini has to make do with Windows Mobile 6.5.3.

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    Nokia E72 review

    Nokia E72 review

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    Nokia's E71 certainly hit the mark for its target business audience, so it's little surprise that its E72 successor reprises much of what was good about that QWERTY keyboard-packing S60 smartphone, while updating it with extra power and performance.

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    Nokia 7230 review

    Nokia 7230 review

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    Not everyone needs a phone with a million apps and a 20MP camera.

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    Samsung Genio QWERTY review

    Samsung Genio QWERTY review

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    With a colourful chassis, full QWERTY keyboard and seriously budget price tag, the Samsung Genio QWERTY is squarely aimed at the younger social networker.

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    Samsung Genio Slide review

    Samsung Genio Slide review

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    Samsung has fused elements of both the Genio Touch and the Genio QWERTY to come up with a hybrid device – the Genio Slide.

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    Nokia X3 review

    Nokia X3 review

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    The Nokia X3 is a slim, budget offering from the Finns – with no touchscreen and modest memory, it still has pretensions of being an attractive music device with a low cost to boot.

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    Samsung Galaxy Portal i5700 review

    Samsung Galaxy Portal i5700 review

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    Samsung, the famed Korean jack-of-all-technologies, is having another go at mastering the Android phone scene, after making a bit of a mess of it with last year's original Galaxy.

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    Sony Ericsson Vivaz review

    Sony Ericsson Vivaz review

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    Sony Ericsson has come out with another Symbian-based smartphone - but is still a case of headline specs and very little substance?

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    HTC Legend review

    HTC Legend review

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    After the success of the HTC Hero, the Taiwanese firm is back again with the first of its duo of Android 2.1 phones, the HTC Legend.

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    LG Chocolate BL20 review

    LG Chocolate BL20 review

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    LG has introduced a more sweetly priced slider phone – the Chocolate BL20 – to try and tempt style-savvy phone buyers not interested in the more feature packed (but higher-priced) Chocolate BL40.

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    Acer Liquid S100 review

    Acer Liquid S100 review

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    By bringing the fastest Android phone on the planet to market, Acer has good reason to be proud of the Liquid S100. Packing a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and super hi-res screen, there's a lot to get excited about on this phone.

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    Sony Ericsson T715 review

    Sony Ericsson T715 review

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    Sony Ericsson is looking to follow up the heavyweight Aino and W995 with a mid-range marvel: so step forward the slim and pocket-friendly Sony Ericsson T715.

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    LG GM750 review

    LG GM750 review

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    A neat and compact mobile phone, but usability is flawed by the unresponsive touchscreen

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    INQ Chat 3G review

    INQ Chat 3G review

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    Although designed by a relatively nascent company, the INQ Chat 3G has a good hardware line up and a decent sub-£100 price tag, making it a really intriguing prospect.

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    Google Nexus One review

    Google Nexus One review

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    Google has created hype around its own phone to rival Apple with its iPhone - and it has better specs on nearly every feature with the Nexus One. But is it enough to sway public opinion?

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    LG Pop GD510 review

    LG Pop GD510 review

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    After LG's success with the cash-conscious Cookie KP500 – which notched up over 10 million sales in just over a year – LG must be hoping for similar things from this stylishly slimline LG Pop GD510, which is selling for under £100 on a pay as you go package.

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    Motorola Milestone review

    Motorola Milestone review

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    While Motorola might have been feeling pretty happy about actually releasing a phone again in the Dext, it clearly wasn't the handset to re-launch the brand. So step forward the Milestone (Droid to our US users), the latest Android phone - but can it be Moto's greatest?

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    Acer neoTouch review

    Acer neoTouch review

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    Another Windows Mobile handset from Acer, but with few standout features

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    Nokia N97 Mini review

    Nokia N97 Mini review

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    Slick version of Nokia flagship phone arrives to upstage its big brother

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    Nokia X6 review

    Nokia X6 review

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    Will Nokia's much-hyped new music phone live up to expectations?

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