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HTC One (M8) Android smartphone review

HTC One (M8) Android smartphone review

Is this the year HTC topples the mighty Samsung?
HTC One Mini Android phone

HTC One Mini Android phone

The One Mini is a downsized version of the HTC One that's difficult to recommend
HTC One Android phone

HTC One Android phone

The HTC One is one of the best designed phones we've ever used but it has a few annoying flaws
Telstra Smart-Touch 2 Android phone

Telstra Smart-Touch 2 Android phone

Telstra's Smart-Touch is back for round two, but the user experience remains frustratingly sluggish
LG Optimus L2 Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus L2 Android phone (preview)

LG's Optimus L2 is one of the first dual-SIM Android phones to sell in Australia
LG Optimus L3 Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus L3 Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus L3 preview: A stylish budget Android phone with a small screen
RIM BlackBerry Curve 9320 smartphone (preview)

RIM BlackBerry Curve 9320 smartphone (preview)

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a low-cost smartphone designed for users on a budget.
Samsung Galaxy Y Android phone

Samsung Galaxy Y Android phone

Samsung Galaxy Y review: A cheap as chips Android phone, let down by a low resolution screen
LG Optimus Spirit Android phone

LG Optimus Spirit Android phone

LG Optimus Spirit review: A cheap Android phone that offers plenty of bang for your buck
Telstra Qwerty-Touch Android phone

Telstra Qwerty-Touch Android phone

Telstra Qwerty-Touch review: Telstra brings a physical keyboard to the budget Android market, but it comes at the expense of screen real estate
Huawei IDEOS X3 Android phone

Huawei IDEOS X3 Android phone

Huawei IDEOS X3 review: An Android smartphone for $99. What's the catch?
Huawei Sonic Android phone

Huawei Sonic Android phone

Huawei Sonic review: A mid-range Android phone for $188? You better believe it
Huawei IDEOS X1 Android phone

Huawei IDEOS X1 Android phone

Huawei IDEOS X1 review: A pre-paid Android smartphone for $99. What's the catch?
Samsung Galaxy 551 Android phone (preview)

Samsung Galaxy 551 Android phone (preview)

Samsung Galaxy 551: A mid-range Android smartphone that may be an ideal first step into the world of Android
LG Optimus Me (P350) Android phone

LG Optimus Me (P350) Android phone

LG Optimus Me review: A budget Android smartphone that targets first-time smartphone users
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
Samsung Galaxy Pro Android phone (preview)

Samsung Galaxy Pro Android phone (preview)

Samsung Galaxy Pro preview: Samsung targets business professionals with the BlackBerry-like Galaxy Pro Android smartphone
Nokia C3 mobile phone

Nokia C3 mobile phone

Nokia C3 review: The C3 is well designed and has an excellent physical keyboard
Samsung Galaxy 580 Android smartphone

Samsung Galaxy 580 Android smartphone

Samsung Galaxy 580 review: The Galaxy 580 Android smartphone doesn't skimp on too many features, but is not great value when compared to the competition
Boost Droid Android smartphone

Boost Droid Android smartphone

Boost Droid review: An excellent keyboard, hampered by a poor screen and sluggish performance.
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