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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
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
Boost Droid Android smartphone

Boost Droid Android smartphone

Boost Droid review: An excellent keyboard, hampered by a poor screen and sluggish performance.
Nokia C3 Touch and Type smartphone (preview)

Nokia C3 Touch and Type smartphone (preview)

The C3 Touch and Type is reminiscent of older Nokia phones, but adds the ability to operate the device through a touchscreen.
Nokia C6-00 smartphone

Nokia C6-00 smartphone

Nokia's C6 mobile phone may be cheap, but it is let down by poor build quality and clunky, outdated software.
LG GW620 Android smartphone

LG GW620 Android smartphone

The LG GW620 Android smartphone is excellent value despite its flaws
Motorola Backflip Android smartphone

Motorola Backflip Android smartphone

Motorola's Backflip Android mobile phone boasts a "unique reverse-flip" design and features a touch-sensitive trackpad in an unconventional position.
LG Optimus Android smartphone

LG Optimus Android smartphone

The LG Optimus represents good value for money, but it is let down by a mediocre touchscreen
Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S review: The impressive Samsung Galaxy S boasts one of the best displays we've ever seen on a smartphone.
Millennius Google Phone

Millennius Google Phone

If you're on a tight budget and can't afford a top-end Android smartphone, Millennius' Google Phone may be right up your alley.
Motorola DEXT smartphone

Motorola DEXT smartphone

The Motorola DEXT smartphone offers MotoBlur, which unifies emails, SMS messages and social-networking services
Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone

Sony Ericsson Vivaz smartphone

The sleek, curved Vivaz smartphone represents a fresh look and feel for Sony Ericsson, but the drab Symbian OS is a big let down
Nokia N97 mini smartphone

Nokia N97 mini smartphone

Nokia's N97 mini is, as its name suggests, a more compact version of the flagship N97
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 smartphone

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 smartphone

The XPERIA X2 suffers from just as many frustrating software issues as its bug-riddled predecessor
Nokia N900 smartphone

Nokia N900 smartphone

Nokia's first Linux-based smartphone is impressive but lacks polish
HTC Tattoo smartphone

HTC Tattoo smartphone

HTC's Tattoo smartphone is a smaller, cheaper version of the company's flagship Android handset, the Hero.
Acer neoTouch S200 smartphone

Acer neoTouch S200 smartphone

Acer recently entered the mobile phone market, and the Acer neoTouch is its top Windows Mobile smartphone.
Sony Ericsson Satio smartphone

Sony Ericsson Satio smartphone

Australia's first 12.1 megapixel camera phone has a touchscreen interface with an excellent multimedia menu
Nokia 5530 XpressMusic smartphone

Nokia 5530 XpressMusic smartphone

A budget version of Nokia's first touch-screen smartphone, the 5530 XpressMusic is smaller and lighter than its big brother but lacks 3G connectivity and GPS
LG GM730f smartphone

LG GM730f smartphone

LG's Telstra-exclusive GM730f smartphone promises a smart interface, but delivers a frustrating experience
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