You might not think of Sagem as the coolest kid in class, and to be honest it hasn't tried to compete with the big boys, choosing to focus on entry-level handsets. But entry-level needn't mean ugly any more -- the my300C (pictured left) is one of the cutest mobile phones we've seen.
At only 44mm wide, 80mm tall and 22mm deep, this £40 handset looks tasty and fits in a small pocket with ease. Okay, so there's only a VGA (0.3-megapixel) camera and it's not exactly packed with features, other than a WAP browser. It doesn't even have an external screen, but what do you expect for £40?
If you're after a more feature-filled offering, the my850V (pictured right) is a classy 3G affair with a 2-megapixel camera. A glossy front section hides touch-sensitive music buttons and a small colour screen. Inside there's a VGA camera for video calls and a large, easy-to-press keypad.
Both handsets are available from Vodafone. The my300C is available on pay as you go for about £40 and the my850V is available for free on a monthly contract. Expect full reviews of both handsets soon. -Andrew Lim