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  1. LG KC780 review

    LG KC780 review

    7  

    An impressive cameraphone, but there's little else here to turn heads

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    LG KF300 review

    LG KF300 review

    6  

    If you're in the market for a pretty but basic budget phone, this LG could be for you

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    HTC S740 review

    HTC S740 review

    9  

    Slim, practical Windows Mobile workhorse with slide-out four row QWERTY keyboard

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    Sony Ericsson W302 review

    Sony Ericsson W302 review

    7  

    A cheap and cheerful phone for those more concerned with tunes than tech

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    Nokia N79 review

    Nokia N79 review

    9  

    Nokia impresses with a slick and stylish mobile phone

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    Palm Treo Pro review

    Palm Treo Pro review

    8  

    Palm's Treo Pro (£399 inc. VAT or free on contract) is a Windows Mobile handset aimed at the corporate user. It's similar in style to the company's smaller Treo Centro, but is packed with features.

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    Nokia N96 review

    Nokia N96 review

    10  

    As a general rule, every new addition to Nokia's feature-packed N-series of smar phones is met with some excitement. But at first glance, the N96 doesn't seem to be a great advance in the series. On the face of it, not much has been added to distinguish it from its predecessor, the N95 8GB

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    Hands on: Samsung i900 Omnia review

    Hands on: Samsung i900 Omnia review

    9  

    In direct comparisons, the only thing the Omnia can beat the iPhone with (apart from its stylus, should it grow arms, cognitive thoughts and emotions) is a 5MP camera.

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    Tap Tap Revenge review

    Tap Tap Revenge review

    8  

    If you know Guitar Hero or Dance Dance Revolution, this will feel familiar.

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    Facebook review

    Facebook review

    9  

    Facebook's iPhone-optimised website is one of the best around - so we had high hopes for the native application.

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    GuitarToolkit review

    GuitarToolkit review

    8  

    If you own a guitar and an iPhone, you should also own this app.

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    Critter Crunch review

    Critter Crunch review

    10  

    Probably our favourite game for the iPhone platform. At least until Nintendo releases Mario Kart. (May never happen, but it's good to dream…)

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    Samsung Tocco SGH-F480 review

    Samsung Tocco SGH-F480 review

    8  

    Samsung's Tocco is a petite, minimalist, slimline slab with brushed metal back, shiny metal surround and sleek black plastic on the front, framing that large 2.8in touch screen

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    LG KC550 review

    LG KC550 review

    7  

    LG has taken the unusual step of putting a 5-megapixel camera into a phone that in other respects is really a low-to-midrange handset. It makes sense when you think about it, if you're particularly interested in getting a camera with your phone, do you necessarily care about GPS, Wi-Fi, touchscreens or 3G?

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    Sony Ericsson W350i review

    Sony Ericsson W350i review

    7  

    The W350i Walkman phone is Sony Ericsson's latest effort to attract the eye and ear of music mobile buyers on a credit-crunched budget. It may be a low cost handset, but alongside its core music player credentials Sony Ericsson has given the W350i some fashion savvy appeal, with a lightweight, ultra slim body, a retro-ish flip and some smart-looking music controls on the front.

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    HP iPAQ 914c Business Messenger review

    HP iPAQ 914c Business Messenger review

    8  

    The HP iPAQ 914c (£369 inc. VAT) is part of the company’s Business Messenger range, and is similar in style to the original RIM BlackBerry.

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    HTC Touch Diamond review

    HTC Touch Diamond review

    8  

    At one time, HTC made handsets for other companies, but it is increasingly making a name for itself in the Windows Mobile space. The Touch Diamond (£450 inc. VAT) has a high-gloss finish and the faceted design on the back helps give it its name. The quality of the plastic used is variable, as the back of the device is solid but we found the front a little less robust. The glossy finish also means you’ll be constantly polishing the 2.8-inch screen.

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