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.
The Nokia 3 sacrifices too much processing power to achieve its low price. You’re better off spending a bit more on the Motorola Moto G5.
With a neat design, a low price and power enough for the essentials, the Nokia 5 is budget Android done well.
The Nokia 3310 won't replace your iPhone, but this dirt-cheap feature phone is packed full of nostalgic charms that old-school Nokia fans will love.
Although the Lumia 735 doesn't have the best camera, it's colourful, curvy and comfortable, has a good display and an affordable price -- all of which go a long way to making up for it.
A great example of a Windows-based smartphone and a killer option for what it costs, although there's still not quite enough going on with Windows Phone to pull people away from Android or iOS.
With its fun design and cheap price, the Lumia 635 is a decent option to consider if you're after 4G LTE on a budget. It's only marginally more expensive than its near-identical 3G-only Lumia 630 sibling, so you should certainly opt for the 635. If you want a better selection of apps however, the Motorola Moto G is still the 4G phone to go for.
Despite having the best specs of Nokia's Android phones, the XL's poor performance and confusing OS denies users Android's full potential and a true Windows Phone experience.
The 4.3-inch X2 is Nokia's second crack at an Android phone, but Android fans won't find it very familiar.
The Nokia 225 is a feature phone giving you a splash of Lumia colour without splashing out.
Have you been longing for the full Android experience on Nokia hardware? Tough luck. Nokia's new X and X+ aren't it.
The Nokia Asha 230 announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 is squarish, colorful, and costs only 45 Euros.
Its surprising design is the best thing about the Nokia Asha 503, but if you're looking for a traditional smartphone experience, its underperformance will only disappoint..
The Nokia Lumia 525, the successor to the popular Lumia 520, delivers entry-level features in a no-frills design. CNET Asia takes a closer look.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 has a gorgeous, high-definition screen, a powerful core, solid battery life and a good camera. It's monstrously big though, which won't suit everyone and there are very few apps to choose from in the Windows Phone store.
Packing a massive 6-inch display and signature Nokia styling, the $339 Lumia 1320 is a Windows Phone steal.
Nokia's ridiculously affordable -- and simple -- 105 is blessed with long battery life, just don't expect more than the absolute basics.
For $99, the Nokia Asha 501 is worth getting if you want a small, simple, colorful feature phone. However, U.S. denizens will have to buy it unlocked.