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Review: HTC Hero

The HTC Hero touchscreen mobile phone is the company's latest release of a phone using the Google Android operating system. And it is their best effort ...
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...
4.0

Review: HTC Magic

HTC's Magic fixes almost all of the complaints we had against its predecessor, the Dream, with better hardware, a refined operating system and a smoother ov...
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...
0.0

Review: Nokia E75

Nokia's new E75 mobile phone is a slider-style phone. When used in portrait mode, it has a numeric keypad, and when held in landscape, or widescreen asp...
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...
1.8

Review: Sony Ericsson XPERIA

All has not been well for Sony Ericsson lately. They've made some great mid-range mobiles in the past, and they still do, but talk of Ericsson leaving the p...
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, ...
3.6

Review: BlackBerry Pearl

The BlackBerry is to email what the iPod is to music - an iconic device that sets you free from the computer and the wired world so that, in the case of the...
0.0

Review: HTC Hero

The HTC Hero touchscreen mobile phone is the company's latest release of a phone using the Google Android operating system. And it is their best effort ...
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...
4.0

Review: HTC Magic

HTC's Magic fixes almost all of the complaints we had against its predecessor, the Dream, with better hardware, a refined operating system and a smoother ov...
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...
0.0

Review: Nokia E75

Nokia's new E75 mobile phone is a slider-style phone. When used in portrait mode, it has a numeric keypad, and when held in landscape, or widescreen asp...
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...
1.8

Review: Sony Ericsson XPERIA

All has not been well for Sony Ericsson lately. They've made some great mid-range mobiles in the past, and they still do, but talk of Ericsson leaving the p...
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, ...
3.6

Review: BlackBerry Pearl

The BlackBerry is to email what the iPod is to music - an iconic device that sets you free from the computer and the wired world so that, in the case of the...