Similar to a Volvo, the N81 is a strong performer in a a boxy chassis. Eight gigabytes of storage is great, and the music player is on par with its competitors. The real question is: are you a Volvo driver?
You have to admire the sheer range of features that the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic has to offer. But these features come at a cost, as the handset is very bulky and quite fiddly to use. For the price, we think there are much better devices on the market
Nokia's N73 is one of the best camera phones we've seen this year, with a wide range of multimedia and business features tucked under its belt. Responsiveness, however, is not a strong point.
Radical styling conceals a surprisingly well-equipped phone with a broad range of features. The design won't suit everyone and the interface requires a Confucian calmness in the face of unexpected obstacles, but it'll blend in where other phones might jar. It's a fashion accessory with a practical twist: it can call a cab at the end of the evening
The 1616 is the cheapest brand-name phone we know of in Australia, and for some this will be reason enough to buy it, but we'd like to see a camera and web browser included.
We like Nokia's touch-and-type approach to a business smartphone, but there are still so many other smartphones available that are better than the E6.
The E60 packs a huge range of features into fairly nondescript casing. Bucking the trend for showy, thin, colourful handsets, it has more to offer than many of its more egotistical counterparts
Although it's not brimming with features, Nokia's twisty 5700 is a decent enough music phone, but its poor quality headphones let it down.
A small and pocket-friendly tri-band handset with 3G and a 2-megapixel camera, the Nokia 6233 is fine for phone calls, radio listening and shooting stills and video. Face-to-face video calls are out of the question, though
If you don't know the difference between an iPhone and an Android, and you'd love a smartphone for web browsing and email, then the N9 could be for you.
Though the Nokia 3250 lacks a high-resolution screen, great sound, an innovative form factor and a solid software set helps make it a great phone for those looking for bells-and-whistles on a budget, and the seamless integration takes the pain out of managing audio files.
The Nokia 6220 Classic is a great phone if you want a lot of features but don't want to carry around a large handset. Our only disappointments are that the camera isn't as good as the one on the Nokia N82 and that there's no Wi-Fi
The Asha 203 won't appeal to gadget fiends but it is very cheap, so it could make a good, basic phone for kids for calling, texting, light social networking and games.
The Asha 202 looks like it'll be most suited to a budget-conscious student with lots of overseas relatives to call, or possibly as a basic phone for kids.
With the old Series 40 software on board, the Nokia Asha 306 is already a smart phone with usability strings attached. But it's biggest shortcoming is no 3G, which throttles speeds when you're not able to use Wi-Fi. It's also nowhere near cheap enough to rival a budget Android. Avoid like the plague.
The Nokia Asha 311 may be the most easy to use Series 40 device ever made, but it's still saddled with legacy baggage that throws up cryptic error messages and annoying confirmation requests far too often to make it pleasing to use. This old technology just isn't a serious competitor to all the slick budget Androids.
The Nokia Asha 201 is brimful of features, considering its teeny price. Sure, it won't win any speed awards, plodding along as it does with no 3G or Wi-Fi. But it will keep you connected to Facebook and email on a shoestring budget.
The Nokia C2-01 is a simple, likeable and cheap phone. It also offers a surprising number of features that are normally absent at this price, including 3G connectivity.