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The Nokia N8 looks fantastic on paper, but Symbian 3 is frustrating to use compared to competing smart-phone operating systems. A slick case and great camera help to make this the best Nokia touchscreen phone ever, but it's just not fun to use.
Typical price: £429.00
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With its 41-megapixel sensor giving superb image quality, the Nokia Lumia 1020 is a great choice if photography is your chief concern. If a wide choice of apps is important though, Windows Phone 8 won't be to your taste. Instead, you'd be better off looking at Android phones.
Typical price: £550.00
The Nokia Lumia 625 has the largest display available on a Windows Phone 8 device and packs in 4G connectivity for super-fast data downloads. Its low-res screen and unimpressive camera don't impress, but its affordable price tag makes it worth considering.
Typical price: £200.00
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The Nokia Lumia 720 is good looking and easy to slide into your jeans. The bundled Nokia apps are great as well, but it doesn't really offer enough over the Lumia 620, which costs half as much. The 720 certainly looks better, but the 620 is much better value.
Typical price: £300.00
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9's Full HD screen and easy access to Amazon's streaming services makes it an attractive choice for media lovers who don't want to fork out for an iPad. Its lack of offline video is annoying however and the Nexus 7 still packs more features for less money.
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With its colourful, interchangeable cases and extremely reasonable price tag, the Nokia Lumia 620 is an excellent choice for younger phone fanatics or just those wanting to take their first steps into Windows Phone 8.
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The Nokia N86 8MP sticks to the template used by N-series classics like the N95. Compared to some of the innovative phones coming out now, the N86 feels rather dated, but it's still a solid, powerful and feature-packed smart phone, and its excellent camera helps it to stand out
Typical price: £400.00
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