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Luke Coleman

2.8

Review: LG New Chocolate Slide

When it comes to the 'fashion phone', LG has typically been first in and best dressed with handsets like the Prada and other 'Chocolate' branded phones. The...
4.0

Review: BlackBerry Bold 9700

The original BlackBerry Bold may be a couple of years old now, but it still remains the ultimate weapon of choice for email warriors the world over. Now, Bl...
1.8

Review: LG GD900

LG has come out with some pretty feature-packed mobiles lately, but none have quite had the glitz and pizzazz of the GD900. Not only does it have a full tou...
2.4

Review: Sony Ericsson Aino

Sony Ericsson has had a hit-and-miss record with its most recent string of mobile handsets. Hits have come from the company's excellent CyberShot cameraphon...
2.4

Review: LG Viewty Smart

When LG released the original Viewty well over a year ago, it was a stand-out winner and one of the best camera phones on the market. In fact, LG's first Vi...
4.0

Review: Samsung HD Icon

SAMSUNG HD ICON TOUCHSCREEN PHONE - FIRST FULL REVIEW Cameraphones have been catching up to dedicated digital cameras for a while now - Sony Ericsson eve...
3.0

Review: Nokia N97

NOKIA N97 REVIEW Nokia's always kept the top 'N' spot for its brightest new star: we've had the N95, then the N96, and now the long awaited N97. But a lo...
3.0

Review: Sony Ericsson W995

Sony Ericsson has been running two lines of mobiles for a while now - the music-centric Walkman mobiles and the camera-centric Cybershot devices. While ther...
3.0

Review: Samsung UltraTouch

With the looks of a sleek sportscar crossed with a supermodel clad in black, the Samsung UltraTouch is instantly recognisable as the latest entrant into the...
3.6

Review: Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Nokia's been a bit behind the times when it comes to touchscreen mobiles - it's been 2 years since the Apple iPhone changed the game and finally Nokia's cat...
3.4

Review: Samsung F480

It would be fair to consider Samsung as a relative newcomer in the touchscreen department, and its initial efforts have been patchy at best. Samsung's first...
3.4

Review: LG Arena KM900

LG has really stepped up over the past 12 months in the fight for smartphone supremacy. And they tend not to be about the business-style BlackBerry clones, ...
2.8

Review: LG New Chocolate Slide

When it comes to the 'fashion phone', LG has typically been first in and best dressed with handsets like the Prada and other 'Chocolate' branded phones. The...
4.0

Review: BlackBerry Bold 9700

The original BlackBerry Bold may be a couple of years old now, but it still remains the ultimate weapon of choice for email warriors the world over. Now, Bl...
1.8

Review: LG GD900

LG has come out with some pretty feature-packed mobiles lately, but none have quite had the glitz and pizzazz of the GD900. Not only does it have a full tou...
2.4

Review: Sony Ericsson Aino

Sony Ericsson has had a hit-and-miss record with its most recent string of mobile handsets. Hits have come from the company's excellent CyberShot cameraphon...
2.4

Review: LG Viewty Smart

When LG released the original Viewty well over a year ago, it was a stand-out winner and one of the best camera phones on the market. In fact, LG's first Vi...
4.0

Review: Samsung HD Icon

SAMSUNG HD ICON TOUCHSCREEN PHONE - FIRST FULL REVIEW Cameraphones have been catching up to dedicated digital cameras for a while now - Sony Ericsson eve...
3.0

Review: Nokia N97

NOKIA N97 REVIEW Nokia's always kept the top 'N' spot for its brightest new star: we've had the N95, then the N96, and now the long awaited N97. But a lo...
3.0

Review: Sony Ericsson W995

Sony Ericsson has been running two lines of mobiles for a while now - the music-centric Walkman mobiles and the camera-centric Cybershot devices. While ther...
3.0

Review: Samsung UltraTouch

With the looks of a sleek sportscar crossed with a supermodel clad in black, the Samsung UltraTouch is instantly recognisable as the latest entrant into the...
3.6

Review: Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Nokia's been a bit behind the times when it comes to touchscreen mobiles - it's been 2 years since the Apple iPhone changed the game and finally Nokia's cat...
3.4

Review: Samsung F480

It would be fair to consider Samsung as a relative newcomer in the touchscreen department, and its initial efforts have been patchy at best. Samsung's first...
3.4

Review: LG Arena KM900

LG has really stepped up over the past 12 months in the fight for smartphone supremacy. And they tend not to be about the business-style BlackBerry clones, ...