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Motorola Gleam mobile phone

Motorola Gleam mobile phone

The Motorola Gleam is a flashback to yesteryear when thin flip phones were all the rage
Telstra EasyTouch Discovery 3 mobile phone

Telstra EasyTouch Discovery 3 mobile phone

Telstra EasyTouch Discovery 3 review: A 3G mobile phone specifically targeted at seniors and older Australians
Sony Ericsson txt pro mobile phone (preview)

Sony Ericsson txt pro mobile phone (preview)

Sony Ericsson txt pro: Sony Ericsson brings a full QWERTY keyboard to the entry-level pre-paid market
Telstra EasyCall 2 mobile phone

Telstra EasyCall 2 mobile phone

Telstra EasyCall 2 review: The Telstra Easy Call 2 makes it easy for seniors to stay in touch
Doro PhoneEasy 410s mobile phone

Doro PhoneEasy 410s mobile phone

Doro PhoneEasy 410s review: A basic mobile phone designed purely for seniors
Telstra Smart-Touch Android phone

Telstra Smart-Touch Android phone

Telstra Smart-Touch review: Telstra's Smart-Touch may be the first Android phone to break the $100 price barrier, but its poor quality display makes for a mediocre user experience
Telstra T100 mobile phone

Telstra T100 mobile phone

Telstra T100 review: A $49 prepaid Next G mobile phone that is relatively straightforward to use
LG Craze mobile phone

LG Craze mobile phone

LG Craze review: The LG Craze possesses a good physical keyboard and a sturdy design
Telstra Glide mobile phone

Telstra Glide mobile phone

Telstra Glide review: The Telstra Glide is a cheap prepaid mobile phone that is poorly designed and built
Sony Ericsson Cedar mobile phone

Sony Ericsson Cedar mobile phone

Sony Ericsson Cedar review: An entry-level mobile phone with green credentials
Nokia C3 mobile phone

Nokia C3 mobile phone

Nokia C3 review: The C3 is well designed and has an excellent physical keyboard
Nokia E5 smartphone

Nokia E5 smartphone

Nokia E5 review: A QWERTY-equipped smartphone for business and leisure
Nokia X3 Touch and Type mobile phone

Nokia X3 Touch and Type mobile phone

Nokia X3 Touch and Type review: Nokia's X3 combines a basic touchscreen with a regular numeric keypad to surprisingly good effect
Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro smartphone

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro smartphone

Impressive video recording isn't enough to offset a clunky Symbian touch operating system and questionable build quality.
Samsung Wave smartphone

Samsung Wave smartphone

The Samsung Wave is a great debut for the Bada OS, although only a limited number of apps are currently available
BlueAnt T1 rugged Bluetooth headset

BlueAnt T1 rugged Bluetooth headset

A rugged BlueAnt Bluetooth headset that includes silicon covers to protect from dust and drops
Sony Ericsson T715 mobile phone

Sony Ericsson T715 mobile phone

Sony Ericsson's T715 mobile phone is an inexpensive, entry-level slider handset with built-in Twitter and Facebook apps
Motorola WX395 mobile phone

Motorola WX395 mobile phone

Motorola's WX395 is an entry-level mobile phone
HTC Smart mobile phone

HTC Smart mobile phone

The budget-focussed HTC Smart borrows many design cues from the Android operating system, but has basic features and lacks a third-party application store
Samsung B3410 mobile phone

Samsung B3410 mobile phone

The Samsung B3410 is an entry-level touchscreen mobile phone that includes a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but lacks 3G connectivity.
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