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BlackBerry Q5 smartphone (preview)

BlackBerry Q5 smartphone (preview)

The Q5 is an entry-level BlackBerry smartphone targeted at "emerging markets"
Sony Xperia go Android phone

Sony Xperia go Android phone

The Sony Xperia go's dust and water resistant capabilities should certainly get your attention
HTC Desire C Android phone

HTC Desire C Android phone

The HTC Desire C is an ultimately frustrating phone to use due to a sluggish user experience
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
Sony Xperia U Android phone

Sony Xperia U Android phone

Sony Xperia U review: A compact prepaid Android phone that offers good value for money
Sony Xperia Miro Android phone (preview)

Sony Xperia Miro Android phone (preview)

Sony Xperia Miro preview: Sony offering a tasty Ice Cream Sandwich for budget buyers
Nokia Lumia 610 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 610 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 610 review: A well constructed, budget Windows Phone that offers a solid user experience
Sony Xperia Sola Android phone

Sony Xperia Sola Android phone

Sony Xperia Sola review: A solid, but not outstanding mid-range Android phone that's a little overpriced
HTC One V Android phone

HTC One V Android phone

HTC One V review: The baby of HTC's One range features a quality design and a long list of features
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
Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 710 review: An admirable, if chunky entry-level Windows Phone
Samsung Omnia W Windows phone

Samsung Omnia W Windows phone

Samsung Omnia W review: A solid, mid-range smartphone that offers nothing new
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
Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 800 review: Nokia's first Windows Phone is also the first smartphone to effectively compete with iPhone and Android rivals
Nokia 700 smartphone

Nokia 700 smartphone

Nokia 700 review: A superbly crafted smartphone that looks and feels slick
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
Huawei Vision Android phone

Huawei Vision Android phone

Huawei Vision review: The Huawei Vision has an aluminium unibody design and a curved 3.7in display
Motorola Defy+ Android phone

Motorola Defy+ Android phone

Motorola Defy+ review: The Motorola Defy+ is essentially the original Defy with a faster processor and upgraded software
Huawei IDEOS X3 Android phone

Huawei IDEOS X3 Android phone

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