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Huawei Mate 10

The Huawei Mate 10 may be hard for you to get your hands on, but it’s worth the effort if you want a big-screen phone and don’t quite have the budget for a Galaxy Note, iPhone Plus or Pixel 2.

Motorola Moto E5 Plus

These supercheap phones from Motorola still hold on to the headphone jack.


Big display. Some AI. Coming soon.

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.

Sony Ericsson W810i

The W810i is a great-looking phone that will please those people who didn't like the orange and white colour of the W800i and it also fixes some of its flaws. If you're looking for a Walkman branded phone this is the best to date, but we're disappointed about the new soft keys and lack of camera lens cover

Motorola Aura

The Motorola Aura sports a basic 2-megapixel camera, a mediocre media player and a clunky user interface. But who cares? This handset is a stone-cold stunner

Sonim Land Rover S2

The Sonim Land Rover S2 is a beast of a phone. It's designed for people who work in harsh, dirty environments rather than trend-setting hipsters. It lacks many smart phone creature comforts but fulfils its purpose perfectly. If you need a phone that can survive almost any mishap, this is it.

Nokia X6

The Nokia X6 feels like a better version of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, with a capacitive touchscreen and sleeker looks. The Symbian user interface is rather dated, and the touchscreen could be peppier, but, with massive on-board storage and access to a huge catalogue of free music, the X6 is worth a look for music lovers

Huawei Ascend G300

The Huawei Ascend G300 is the new kid on the Android bargain block, but don't be deceived by the low cost because it boasts a 4-inch screen and a 1GHz chip. For this price, you'll be hard-pressed to make your money go further.

Nokia 700

The Nokia 700 packs a decent screen into a compact and sturdy body. Its Symbian Belle software will appeal to those after a simple interface, but not those who love a well-stocked app store or who like to write long messages.

Samsung Adidas miCoach F110

We love the way the F110 uses the real-time pedometer and heart rate monitor data to provide you with a structured way to gradually increase your fitness. Don't worry -- it does well as a phone, too. We just wish Samsung would also offer the technology on one of its MP3 players

LG Cookie Fresh GS290

The LG Cookie Fresh GS290 offers a decent resistive touchscreen and a smartly built interface. That makes it easy and fun to use. It's not going to trouble the iPhone and other smart phones, but it does offer good value for money

HTC Wildfire

The HTC Wildfire looks and feels like a cut-down HTC Desire, but that's no bad thing. Its low-resolution screen doesn't show the powerful Android operating system at its best, but we can forgive its blurriness when the phone offers so many software and hardware features at such a low price

Nokia 6303 Classic

The Nokia 6303 Classic lives up to its name by refining the best features of the phones of yesteryear, and packing them into a solid case that's lovely to hold. It's a perfect phone for anyone who wants easy calling, texting and music for a low price, and is happy to forgo high-end features like GPS and Wi-Fi

Lumigon T2

The Lumigon T2 puts emphasis on design, and boasts the ability to control your telly. We go hands-on.

Samsung Galaxy S2

The Samsung Galaxy S2 crams a gorgeous display, lightning-fast processor and powerful camera into one of the slimmest, lightest smart phones we've ever had the pleasure to hold. The Android operating system could be more user-friendly, but it's never felt faster.

BlackBerry Curve 9360

The BlackBerry Curve 9360's design is sharper than a Savile Row suit and its Qwerty keyboard is better than ever. If you can endure the phone's failings, this offers an affordable entry into the BlackBerry brigade -- just check out the Android competition first.

Tesco VX1 Party Phone

As a substitute for your favourite phone when you're out on the razzle, the Tesco VX1 Party Phone performs admirably. Attempting to use it as your main phone for any length of time may see you consigned to a padded cell, however, unless you need a phone purely for making calls