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Toshiba Portégé G900

On paper the Toshiba G900 is a beast, but when you take it out of its box it's like picking up an ugly, large, grey pebble. Fortunately beauty isn't everything, and the G900 makes up for its aesthetic deficiencies by packing lots of features. But be warned -- the sound quality on calls isn't fantastic

Motorola Rizr Z8

It's great to see Motorola move away from the classic Razr V3 design with this mobile, also known as the Motorizr Z8. We're also excited about the HSDPA. The awkward-to-use keypad, however, really lets the phone down

Samsung i600

The i600's lighting-fast connectivity options and Qwerty keypad make it a good choice for anyone who works on the go, but before you splash out, test the keypad and see if you like it

HTC S710

The HTC Vox S710 is an outstanding smart phone that brings a solid set of features and good performance into one sleek device; only the inclusion of 3G support could make this smart phone better.

LG KP202

The KP202 has a pleasing design and boasts good call quality as well as decent battery life. It lacks headline features, but you can't really expect flash extras for such a low price. On the whole it's a good performer for the money, but heavy texters might be better off checking out budget models from Nokia or Sony Ericsson instead

O2 XDA Argon

Also available as the HTC P6300 and the HTC Panda, its chunky frame and big screen may attract those upgrading from the O2 XDA IIi, but these traits aren't likely to win over any new fans. In fact, its large size, below par display and general lack of cutting-edge features make it somewhat of a letdown

Nokia 5700 XpressMusic

This phone has good sound quality, impressive smartphone features and a great screen, but the whole experience is marred by sluggish music controls and a terrible camera. It certainly won't tempt fans of Sony Ericsson's excellent Walkman music phones to switch over to Nokia

Nokia 8600

They say that style never goes out of fashion -- but unfortunately technology does. This underpowered and overpriced handset looks and feels fantastic now, but hasn't got the mobile muscle to outlast its first flush of fame

Orange SPV E650

With its large screen, slick design and slide-out keyboard, the Orange SPV E650 is one of the most impressive Windows smart phones we've seen in a while. The lack of 3G support and sometimes sluggish performance are disappointments, but despite these shortcomings, the E650 is still a very desirable handset

Nokia 6120 Classic

Nokia has produced a classic handset that delivers in the looks and features department. While we're not overly impressed with the camera, it's definitely worth checking out if you're on the look out for a cheap and cheerful 3G phone.

Nokia E61i AT&T

The Nokia E61i isn't a major upgrade, bringing some minor design improvements and the addition of a camera, but it still remains a powerful smart phone for business users; just be prepared to pay a price.

Toshiba Portégé G500

The Toshiba Portege G500 comes packed with connectivity options, making it great for keeping in touch. Speaking of touch, there's a nifty fingerprint scanner on the back for unlocking the phone and scrolling through emails or Web pages. Our only niggles are that it's a little on the portly side and the audio quality during calls isn't fantastic

HTC Touch

This is a beautifully designed Windows Mobile smart phone with some rather nifty menus, although they don't work across the entire phone. If you want to receive emails with style then this is worth checking out from HTC or operators such as Orange and T-Mobile. But if you don't like using a stylus then get yourself a phone with a full Qwerty keypad instead

Sony Ericsson W200i

The W200i has a decent range of features and is easy to use, however it's the excellent Walkman music player that helps it stand out from its rivals. Those who are not on a monthly contract and are looking for a music phone should check it out

Sony Ericsson K550i

The K550i is a highly desirable phone thanks to its slick design, bright screen and great range of features. Sure, there are some niggles such as the fiddly keypad and the camera's grainy indoor shots, but these are minor complaints on an otherwise impressive handset

RIM BlackBerry Curve 8300

The Curve hasn't decided whether it's a business device that can let its hair down, or a consumer phone that can get away with wearing a suit. It has a stunning screen and a top keyboard for emailing, but power users will find it slow and limited where it counts

Samsung F300

This twin-face approach just doesn't pay off with this handset -- the oddball design makes it confusing to use. Matters also aren't helped by the phone's sluggish feel and poor battery life. There's little to recommend here

LG PRADA KE850

While the LG Prada is a gorgeous phone with a stunning touch screen display, its simple feature set may not justify its hefty price tag. That said, if you want one of the most fashionable phones available, the LG Prada is definitely the phone to get.