» Vodafone’s Huawei Ascend G 510 Review
Despite its budget price of £83.33, the Huawei Ascend G 510 is an entry-level smartphone model that can do many things we expect from more expensive models in Vodafone’s prepaid phones catalogue. It’s very big for a budget device with it...

» Three UK’s Nokia Lumia 925 Review
The Nokia Lumia 920 was often panned by critics for being a really bulky smartphone model. Others also consider that the 920 is a bit too playful for a flagship device with colorful its polycarbonate body shell. The Lumia 925 addresses t...

» T-Mobile UK’s HTC One Mini Review
All the high-end smartphone are pushing beyond the 4.7-inch display size mark. However, not everyone wants to use massive phones and prefer a smaller device with decent hardware specs. Luckily, the T-Mobile UK has such a device for its p...

» Vodafone’s Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo Review
After picking up the Galaxy Pocket Neo, we will soon find out that it is just another not-so-fantastic Samsung’s plastic affair. The device is so tiny that is virtually disappears in larger hands and combined with its cheap plastic mater...

» T-Mobile UK’s BlackBerry 9720 Review
The 9720 is ‘Berry’s new device that looks like from a couple of years back with design cues taken from the old Curve and Bold series smartphones. As a way to keep its price down, BlackBerry generously uses plastic on the phone’s chassis...

» Virgin Media’s ZTE Blade III Review
Like other budget handsets in Virgin Media’s catalogue, the ZTE Blade III won’t stick out from the masses with its entry-level specs. Its discreet appearance may not scare anyone off either. The performance should be on a level we ...

» Three’s Samsung Galaxy S4 Black Mist Review
Black Mist is a color option for the Galaxy S4, which has slight differences compared to the White Frost option. As an example, the notification LED isn’t easily noticeable until it’s flashing. Sensors on the phone are also less visible ...

» Orange’s Sony Xperia SP Review
While not as imposing as its larger 5-inch sibling, the Sony Xperia SP still looks sizable with its 4.6” display and 720p resolution. Weighing in at 155 grams and at 10mm thick, the SP won’t be any kind of design awards for svelteness. A...

» T-Mobile UK’s Sony Xperia E Review
The Sony Xperia E is a bigger sibling to the more compact Xperia U. Designed as a no nonsense affordable smartphone, users shouldn’t have any complaints with how the device feels and looks. Its rather cramped 3.5-inch HVGA display is a s...

» Orange BlackBerry Q5 Review
The BlackBerry Q5 is undeniably a budget handset with its 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 5Mp rear-facing camera, which is a noticeable step down from Q10’s 8Mp shooter. It’s quite easy to tell apart which images taken by which device. Ho...

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