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Your fingers will positively adore the Nokia E5's lush Qwerty keyboard, and its rugged construction and eye-catching design only endear the phone further. These positives are balanced out by a poor screen that's hard to view in sunlight and a below-average camera.
Typical price: £200.00
The Nokia C5-03 is an ill-advised combination of outdated software and under-performing hardware. There are much better mid-range phones available, for less money.
Typical price: £190.00
The Nokia C5 offers a good deal of functionality at a reasonable price. While some other devices may look better on paper, the C5's large buttons and simple interface mean that using this phone is a very pleasant experience indeed
Typical price: £150.00
Nokia's unique twist on Android arrives on a larger phone, that still has an impressively low price
That largest in the Nokia X family of phones, the XL has a 5-inch screen, 5-megapixel camera, and moderate price tag.
Meet the next mobile operating system getting a broad swath of support from industry players such as Sprint Nextel, NTT Docomo, and Intel.
A sequel to the brilliant Lumia 620 is apparently ready for release, with benchmarkers spotting a Nokia phone running Microsoft's new OS.
In tweets timed to, um, disrupt Samsung's unveiling of its S5, two rivals don't quite hit funny.
Nokia's new 5250 is a not-that-smart touchscreen smart phone aimed at the cheap end of the market and famed for its amazing ability to play music.
The ad for the Lumia 925 disses Apple's 'quantity not quality' approach to camera tech.