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Microsoft Lumia 435

This model is almost like the entry-level Lumia 532, with just a few slight variations.

O2 Jet

This might seem like a boring and chunky phone but it really delivers in the battery department and the keypad and menu are very easy to use. If you're tired of recharging your phone every two days, or you already own a digital camera and MP3 player and just want a phone for calls and texts, then this is well worth a look

Nokia 2730 Classic

We like the Nokia 2730 Classic's 3G connectivity and simple menus, but the user experience is hampered by stiff buttons and dodgy build quality in places

Sony Ericsson W995 Walkman

Sony Ericsson is doing what it does best with the W995 Walkman. It's a good-looking and easy-to-use music phone with excellent sound quality, an above-average camera and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Finally, we can rid our pockets of that pesky dedicated MP3 player

Motorola Razr V3 AT&T

More than just a pretty face, the Razr V3 backs up its radical design with solid features and good performance.

Microsoft Lumia 640 XL

This 5.7-inch beast of a midrange smartphone goes a step past the Lumia 640 in size and specs.

Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3

At CES 2015, Alcatel showed off one entry-level smartphone with a heap of permutations. Bottom line: the Pixi 3 that goes on sale in your neighborhood may be completely different than one halfway around the world.

Sony Xperia XZ

The Sony Xperia XZ is a decent all-round phone, but it doesn't offer any competition to its main rival, the Galaxy S7. Its high price means the XZ isn't the phone to go for.

Motorola Moto G4 Plus

The Moto G4 Plus adds a fingerprint sensor and slightly better camera to the mix, but its cheaper sibling is still the better deal.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2

The Redmi Note 2 is yet another Xiaomi smartphone that delivers good performance at a low price -- but those outside Asia however will have a hard time getting one.

Google Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P doesn't have the most inspiring design, but when it comes to hardware prowess, value for money and Google extras, this best-ever Nexus is hard to beat.

HTC U Ultra

The U Ultra is missing too many flagship features to justify its high price.

Motorola Moto X Style

If you're into self-expression and want a big phone, you'll benefit from the affordable Motorola Moto X Pure Edition. Otherwise, shop around.

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

EE Kestrel

If ultra-fast data speeds are of the utmost importance to you, but you don't really care about having the biggest, brightest screen or fastest processor, the EE Kestrel is worth checking out. It won't impress anyone with its specs and the bundled software is annoying, but it's the cheapest way to get on 4G.

Vivo Nex

The Vivo Nex's clever engineering and fantastic notch-free screen serve as a model for other phones. But good luck finding it outside of Asia, India and Russia.

Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus

The Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus is a slightly souped-up version of the Galaxy Ace. Read on for our first impressions.

HTC Wildfire S

With a better screen and more alluring design, the Wildfire S builds on its popular predecessor. The phone remains underpowered, but is still a compact and pocket-friendly Android handset.