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Nokia 8 Sirocco

While the Nokia 8 Sirocco does suffer from minor faults, its main issue is being outclassed by similarly-priced competitors.

HTC U12 Plus

While the HTC U12 Plus is one of the most unusual phones you can buy, it lacks the refinement to truly compete against Samsung, LG and OnePlus.

OnePlus 5T

The OnePlus 5T is a superb, affordable phone for new buyers, despite only minor changes from the OnePlus 5.

Oppo Find X

The Oppo Find X's supercool pop-up camera and beautiful, all-screen design make it the best-looking phone of 2018. It's also one of the best phones this year, period.

Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has a gorgeous 4.8-inch 720p resolution display, a deliciously slim and light casing and a super-powered quad-core engine. It's the Ferrari of the Android circuit so it's very expensive, and Samsung's TouchWiz software isn't always as slick as it could be. But if you're a power-loving Android fan hankering to trouser a monster, look no further.

Oppo R15 Pro

The Oppo R15 Pro is a terrific midrage phone, but it lacks the OnePlus 6's processing power, more interesting operating system and battery life.

Nokia 8

A decent all-rounder, the dual-camera Nokia 8 gets the job done, but it doesn’t come close to today’s true Android stars.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The gorgeous Galaxy S7 Edge makes the best Android phone that much better.

Nokia X7

The Nokia X7's exterior is a treat for the eyes, but its internal components are a different story. A weak processor and outdated Symbian operating system mean this smart phone isn't a match for the iPhone or many Android devices.

Sony Xperia XZ2

The Sony Xperia XZ2 is a solid phone, but we prefer the Huawei P20 Pro or the Samsung Galaxy S9.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung's striking, high-end Galaxy S6 Edge has the beauty, brains and brawn to take down the iPhone 6 and all the Android competition.

Google Pixel 2 XL

A bigger, sharper screen and thinner bezels make the Pixel 2 XL the more desirable Google phone, but some early units have been dogged by screen issues.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Its huge 5.7-inch size means the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 really won't be to everyone's taste. If you're after a big screen, however, and a phenomenally powerful phone to help tackle anything your working life is likely to throw at it -- and you fancy hand-writing notes with a stylus -- the Note 3 is the best massive mobile around.

Samsung Galaxy J3 2017

This year’s Galaxy J3 is a lukewarm rehash of last year’s great budget phone. Go for the Moto E4 instead.

Apple iPhone 4

Even though it’s now over a year old, Apple's iPhone 4 remains a fantastic device. The introduction of iOS 5 makes it even better, but if you can afford the additional expense, then it’s worth at least considering the superior iPhone 4S.

T-Mobile Zest E110

The T-Mobile Zest E110 lacks cutting-edge tech but provides plenty of features for a stupidly low price. Its large keys and robust build quality mean it's ideal for undemanding users.

Sony Xperia XZ Premium 2017

The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is a powerhouse of a phone, but it's looking tired against today's rivals, making it tough to justify the cost.

Nokia N91

Nokia has put the pieces of the puzzle together very well as far as music is concerned: it is easy to store tunes on the phone, there are plenty of supported formats, playback controls are convenient and straightforward, sound quality and volume are impressive and you can use your own headset. There's a myriad of additional features, not least a 2-megapixel camera, FM radio and 3G support. But this is one beefy handset, and it'll require a sizeable pocket