• HTC Rhyme review

    HTC Rhyme review

    It comes in a plum hue and is billed as the ‘elegant’ phone which ‘lets you touch up photos so that everyone looks great’ alongside a glowing purple charm. Yes, we know. In a world where feature phones have no place, it’s rare to see a smartphone aimed at women:...
    Nokia Lumia 800 review

    Nokia Lumia 800 review

    The former king of the phone market is back and it wants to barge into the ring occupied by Apple and an army of Android phones. Every contestant wants to rule the world and the Lumia 800 is the latest uppercut by Nokia… The Lumia 800 is more than a phone, it’s...

    HTC Titan review

    It’s an almost imperceptible trend, so slow has it been, but make no two ways about it: phones are getting faster – and bigger, not smaller. While Apple has been content to stick with a 3.5-inch screen on every iteration of its iPhone, rivals have been slowly...
    Motorola Razr review

    Motorola Razr review

    Remember the Motorola Razr? The super thin clamshell was one of the most popular feature phones of all time, racking up more than 130 million sales during the mid-naughties. It was also Motorola’s undoing. As smartphones and touchscreens began to take over, its...
    Samsung Galaxy Note review

    Samsung Galaxy Note review

    When you first clap eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Note you could be forgiven for wondering what exactly it is: a phone or a tablet. Technically, it’s the former, but its massive 5.3-inch screen pushes it firmly towards the tablet sector – and that’s a very conscious...
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