Avid mobile photographers will love the Nokia Lumia 1020's exact controls, but casual users should stick to cheaper camera phones.
The Nokia 9300 includes handy features for corporate users, though some of them could use work.
Watch out, Samsung. The Galaxy Note 4 isn't the only "phablet" with a stylus to launch at IFA 2014.
The Peek Pronto's lower price and addition of text messaging makes this a great affordable alternative for messaging addicts.
Don't expect to see this on shelves outside China any time soon.
Would you photograph better with front selfie dual-cameras? Asus seems to think so.
Has Asus taken the whole phablet concept overboard with the 8-inch Intel-powered FonePad 8? Perhaps.
The Mi Note 3 sacrifices screen size and processor power to shrink its price tag.
The extremely affordable LeEco Pro 3 is a satisfactory phone, but its unpolished UI makes the OnePlus 3 the better, safer bet.
The new phone has the best features from last year's V20, along with welcomed improvements like being water resistant.
This year's new iPhones have so much new technology, Apple appears to be skipping the "S" update altogether.
It's not too pricey, either. This phone has the makings of a good deal.
The TCL 10 Pro shows that the company can build a capable smartphone, but at the current price it's hard to recommend over rivals.
If you're choosing between the E71 and E63 we don't envy you. The differences in hardware (no HSDPA or GPS) are made up for in its cheaper price tag. The E63 will make an excellent messaging phone for people who need to be connected without the trimmings.
Whether you like the 3D feature or choose to never use it, the Evo 3D is a powerful, capable Android and our favourite HTC smartphone of the year, so far.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a budget option for BBM addicts and those who love the feeling of physical keys under their thumbs. No touchscreen, iffy build quality and a poor selection of apps mean you might be better casting your eye elsewhere, however.
If you need a smartphone as a business tool, the h6365 is a solid choice. On the other hand, if you're seeking a stylish gadget, you'd do better to look elsewhere.
It's a compact, MP3-playing phone with a sleek black finish, a good camera, and enough internal memory to hold about twenty songs at any one time.