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  1. O2 Cocoon review

    O2 Cocoon review

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    Just when you think you've seen it all, phone design-wise, somebody always seems to come along with something completely different. This time that somebody is O2, with its latest music-centred handset

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    Nokia 6110 Navigator review

    Nokia 6110 Navigator review

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    The Nokia 6110 Navigator is the first GPS-enabled Nokia mobile to offer real out-of-the box satnav. Not only does it have a built-in GPS aerial, but also inbuilt voice-prompted navigation, and a smartcard with complete UK and Ireland road maps

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    Samsung SGH-G600 review

    Samsung SGH-G600 review

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    Samsung has been there, done that and bought the T-shirt as far as ultra-thin mobiles go, but the introduction of a 5-megapixel slimline snapper signifies a move into a new market for the fashion-conscious Koreans

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    Sony Ericsson K810i Cyber-shot review

    Sony Ericsson K810i Cyber-shot review

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    The new Sony Ericsson K810i is probably the perfect mobile phone for those who want it all but don't want to pay a fortune for it for it. Its superslim new profile, better battery life and improved styling from the K800i make a great handset even better

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    Samsung SGH-i600 review

    Samsung SGH-i600 review

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    Samsung has recently been making a name for itself as the maker of super-thin smartphones, and its corporate-led range is no exception. The SGH-i600 (£285 inc. VAT) measures just 12mm in depth, yet is crammed with features.

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    HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger review

    HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger review

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    We're used to seeing handhelds and other mobile devices from HP, but the iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger (£187 inc. VAT) is only the second smartphone we've seen from the manufacturer.

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    HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger review

    HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger review

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    This is a device which does it all: everything from web browsing to IP Telephony to mobile office applications, all in a tiny package. We struggle to fault it in terms of features. The voice commander function works after a fashion

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    Samsung SGH-U700V review

    Samsung SGH-U700V review

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    Having hit gold with its hugely successful Ultra range, Samsung is all set to prove there's more to its waif-like models than meets the eye with the U700. First glances soon reveal that the new addition shares the same gene pool as the popular U600

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    Samsung F300 Ultra Music review

    Samsung F300 Ultra Music review

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    Undaunted by the imminent arrival of the iPhone and awesome presence of Sony Ericsson's Walkman mobile brand, Samsung has decided to turn its attentions to the mobile music arena with a head-turning, dual-faced edition of the Ultra

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    Nokia E90 review

    Nokia E90 review

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    The furious pace of change in the mobile phone world ensures that even top-end mobiles are quickly superseded by something smarter, thinner and more feature laden. One exception is the family of Nokia Communicators, of which the E90 is the latest

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    Nokia 8600 Luna review

    Nokia 8600 Luna review

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    Nokia's premium range has had everyone from city boys to students drooling since the chrome-clad 8810 first hit the shelves five years ago, and its appeal shows no sign of being different with the latest luxury model - the 8600 Luna.

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    E-ten Glofiish X500 plus review

    E-ten Glofiish X500 plus review

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    The Glofiish X500+ is E-ten's latest foray into the Windows Mobile device arena, with a few tweaks from the X500 original - such as improved display and camera functionality. And on paper, it makes a very enticing proposition indeed

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    Nokia N76 review

    Nokia N76 review

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    Nokia is no stranger to innovative and groundbreaking designs. But that doesn't mean it's too proud to take a few style tips. The N76, a symphony in metal and glass, pays tribute some of the best elements of Mototorola's RAZR design

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    Orange SPV M700 review

    Orange SPV M700 review

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    Orange's SPV M700 is a connected device, offering all the functions of a regular Pocket PC, along with mobile phone connectivity. With either a gloss black or shiny white casing similar in style to Apple's iPod, the M700 is an attractive tool

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    Nokia E65 review

    Nokia E65 review

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    The E65 is yet another stylish phone from Nokia and that's not a sentence we'd have written a couple of years back. We would usually describe this slider phone as slim or thin, or even slender

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    Sony Ericsson W950i review

    Sony Ericsson W950i review

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    If you thought smartphones were all about business, then Sony Ericsson is here to remind you there is life outside the office. After all, when you're stuck in a departure lounge for hours on end, your MP3 player can become your best friend

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    Samsung SGH-i320 review

    Samsung SGH-i320 review

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    Samsung sent us the venerable SGH-i320, rather than the new SGH-i600, which has Wi-Fi. However, while these differences are hidden away, the two handsets have a fair amount in common

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    HTC S710 review

    HTC S710 review

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    HTC is thename of the company that manufactures an increasingly diverse range of smartphones for a wide variety of vendors. So you might buy the HTC S710 as a SIM-free handset for £260,but the smart option is to sign up for an OrangeSPV E650

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    Blackberry Curve 8300 review

    Blackberry Curve 8300 review

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    RIM's BlackBerry has long set the standard when it comes to connected devices, offering a mix of smartphone portability and PDA usability. In recent times, the company has started to offer consumer as well as corporate models

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    Samsung SGH-i600 review

    Samsung SGH-i600 review

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    Samsung has been producing some extremely elegant and popular handsets of late. The i600 smartphone may not be one of the prettiest, but get past that square appearance and the rather severe angles, and there's a very clever smartphone underneath

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    HTC Touch review

    HTC Touch review

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    Much as we'd like to avoid making the obvious comparison, you can't help but notice the similarities between the new HTC Touch and the iPhone. But despite the interface, this is far from another me-too product

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    Nokia 6120 Classic review

    Nokia 6120 Classic review

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    At first glance, Nokia's 6120 Classic looks like one of the mid-range workhorses that Nokia has always excelled at. But look just a little closer and this understated gem might just be one of the best phones the company has produced in ages

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    Toshiba Portege G500 review

    Toshiba Portege G500 review

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    Toshiba's entry into the UK smartphone market is being headed by the Toshiba Portege G500, It's a Windows Mobile smartphone that also introduces an interesting feature to the UK mobile market for the first time - fingerprint recognition

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    Ubiquio 501 review

    Ubiquio 501 review

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    Following the success of RIM's BlackBerry handheld, we've seen a host of rivals crop up in the past couple of years. The UBiQiO 501 (£285 inc. VAT) is a competent and well-priced device, and is available without a contract

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    Samsung SGH-U600 review

    Samsung SGH-U600 review

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    Samsung hit upon a winning formula of slimline style and functionality with the Ultra Edition. Now, with the Ultra Edition II series, Samsung has refined the look to make the range even more desirable - and it's slimmer than ever before

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