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Virgin Mobile flogs Samsung Monte, Nokia X2 on £8.50 monthly contract

Virgin Mobile has added some new phones to its £8.50-per-month range, including decent handsets from Nokia and Samsung.

By 12 October 2010

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Samsung Monte

The Monte is a touch-screen phone with a 3.2-megapixel camera, a Web browser, and messaging.

By 4 June 2010

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Samsung Monte ups the ante

The Samsung Monte is a budget touchscreen that puts the spotlight on social networking with a bundle of widgets for Facebook, Twitter and more

By 10 February 2010

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Sony Xperia T James Bond Skyfall version exclusive to O2

A James Bond version of Sony's flagship Xperia T is coming exclusively on O2, bringing a 4.6-inch screen, dual-core chip and MI5 extras.

By 19 September 2012

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How did Samsung keep Galaxy S III a secret?

Locked boxes and no photos helped the handset maker keep details of the highly anticipated smartphone shrouded in mystery.

By 15 June 2012

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LG to preview OLED TV tomorrow

Although the company plans to show off its 55EM9600 model at the Monaco Grand Prix, it says a release in the next few months is "unlikely."

By 22 May 2012

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Orange Tahiti budget Android is a totally tropical tablet

The Orange Tahiti is a budget Android Honeycomb tablet that comes with an Orange contract -- and it's free with an Orange San Francisco 2.

By 10 January 2012

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Huawei Blaze cheap Android phone sparking up in September

The Huawei Blaze will be the first Huawei-branded phone to hit the UK, with the Korean company following in the footsteps of HTC and ZTE.

By 15 August 2011

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Virgin Media brings back 12 month phone contracts

Virgin Media is reintroducing one-year contracts, as part of a revamp of its mobile tariffs. Has the 24-month contract's reign of terror come to an end?

By 2 August 2011

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ZTE-branded smart phones coming to UK soon

ZTE will soon bring its smart phones to the glorious shores of Blighty with its own name plastered on the cases, instead of another company's, in a bid to secure more of our filthy lucre.

By 14 July 2011