Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry OS (also BB10) - whatever you choose, you will find the best reviews, comparisons, price checks, specifications and general information about smartphones here. This includes reviews on entry-level, midrange and top-end (flagship) devices from all the big original equipment manufacturers.

Samsung F480

By Andrew Gould 3 September 2008

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The Samsung F480 is very similar in appearance to the iPhone and it is entirely devoid of buttons, except for the dial and menu buttons. Wide and Shallow UI formation makes it easy to access phone contents without navigating through endless menu screens. The display is large enough so it���s not cramped when using the touch screen, yet still compact enough to not be cumbersome. FULL STORY >


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RIM BlackBerry Storm

By Mike Joubert 25 February 2009

The Storm offers a unique touch screen with its SurePress technology and a cutting edge entertainment experience with it wide range of multimedia features. FULL STORY >

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Samsung Innov8

By Thomas McKinnon 20 February 2009

In addition to a beautiful styling and elegant touch screen the Innov8 is packed with multimedia features including an 8 megapixel digital camera. The Innov8 can also record and play high quality QVGA video and comes standard with 16GB of storage. FULL STORY >

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HTC S740

By Andrew Gould 29 January 2009

Designed with both beauty and function in mind, the S740's slender formation of bold angles and distinctive facets perfectly conceals a slide-out keyboard that makes typing-intensive tasks more pleasurable than ever before. FULL STORY >

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Nokia N85

By Andrew Gould 26 November 2008

The N85 comes out with a host of multi-media features and has a 2.6\" OLED screen that is great for both games and video. The N85 also a 5 megapixel cameras and has a built-in accelerometer that can sense which orientation the screen is in. FULL STORY >

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Blackberry Pearl 8110

By Andrew Gould 21 November 2008

The Pearl combines Blackberry's traditional business-centric features with a consumer-friendly mobile phone. The new Pearl has an integrated GPS system, a 2 megapixel camera, and several other small improvements from it predecessor. FULL STORY >

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Motorola ROKR E8

By Andrew Gould 31 October 2008

The ROKR has no buttons but rather a haptic touchpad. The ROKR only presents the user with the buttons needed for the job at hand. So when you listen to music you only see the music player buttons. FULL STORY >

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Samsung Omnia SGH i900 8GB

By Thomas McKinnon 31 October 2008

The Omnia has a full touch screen interface, Windows Mobile 6.1, 7.2Mbps HSDPA 2100, and quadband EDGE. It also features a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, 3.2-inch wide-QVGA screen, Garmin powered GPS, WiFi, 8 or 16GB in-built memory. FULL STORY >

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Nokia E71

By Andrew Gould 30 October 2008

If you’re a businessman or woman looking for some ­serious street cred on the ­trading floor or boardroom, then you need a phone that shouts “smart phone”. The E71 is one of the phones shouting it from the hilltops. FULL STORY >

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Nokia N96

By Thomas McKinnon 3 October 2008

The N96 has a truly remarkable 5 megapixel camera which features Carl Zeiss optics, auto-focus and auto-exposure. The N96 also comes standard with DVB-H Mobile TV so you can watch live TV broadcasts and it even allows you to rewind live TV. FULL STORY >

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Nokia E66

By Thomas McKinnon 3 September 2008

It runs a Symbian S60 OS, is fully loaded with all the business apps you could want, has incredible email functionality and a commendable browser. It also boasts a respectable connectivity specs with Wi-Fi, 3G HSDPA, and A-GPS. FULL STORY >

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