Vodafone has taken aim again at the budget smartphone market with the low-cost Android 2.3.5-toting Vodafone Smart 2.
A new version of Windows Phone is in the offing, and ZTE's budget handset just might help bring the operating system to the masses.
Motorola's Defy line of Android smartphones continues with a new, small, low cost addition. Is the baby of the family up to scratch?
The lack of 3G and Wi-Fi are a shame, but can a dirt cheap price, excellent battery life and QWERTY keyboard win fans?
Fashion house Prada and LG team up again for this stylish handset. But with NFC on board, does it have more than just good looks?
Samsung seems to have finally noticed the success Motorola has had with its Defy and Defy+, and has decided to jump onto the bandwagon with a rugged handset of its own.
Motorola has updated its deceptively solid Defy ready for the Christmas smartphone buying frenzy - but has it done enough to make us want one?
Android in a mini-keyboarded handset with a small screen? We've seen it before, but we aren't sure the combination works.
Vodafone's Smart is one of the most affordable Android devices on the market. Certainly, at £70 on pay as you go, it is attractively priced. But does it live up to what Android can offer?
This candy-bar dual-entry device is designed to be a low cost, easy to use messaging fan's handset - but can it deliver?
The LG Viewty Snap GM360 boasts as its standout feature 5 megapixel Schneider Kreuznach optics and something LG calls 'optic-all' zoom.
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?