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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.

Huawei Ascend P1 unlocked

The Huawei Ascend P1 is super-slim, has a good screen and a decent helping of power. It won't cost you the Earth either. Just make sure you buy a capacious microSD card with it.

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx Verizon Wireless

If having a superpowered battery is your priority then the Motorola Razr Maxx is the marathon-running phone you've been waiting for. But if you also value speed and style in a phone, there are slicker devices in the Android and iOS camps vying for your cash.

HTC One Max

The HTC One Max's huge, Full HD display and metal body make it the ideal phone for those of you craving the sleek design of the normal One, but wanting a bigger screen for movies and games. Its older processor, however, is disappointing.

Samsung Galaxy Beam unlocked

Kudos to Samsung for trying something different with the Galaxy Beam. The projector isn't amazing quality but it's a cool gimmick. If you've always wanted to project a booty-shaking Beyoncé onto your bedroom wall, this is the phone for you, but you'll have to shell out serious cash for what is otherwise an average smart phone.

LG Rumor Reflex Sprint

As a feature phone, the Rumor Reflex can do the basics well and its QWERTY keyboard and touch-screen display make it easy to use.

BlackBerry Bold 9900 T-Mobile

BlackBerry enthusiasts will love the BlackBerry Bold 9900, but its high price tag will be a deterrent to many.

HTC One V U.S. Cellular

The HTC One V is an attractive addition to Android's mid-range. It looks good, feels great, has a reasonable camera and apps aplenty. The con? Slightly sluggish web browsing.

Sony Xperia S unlocked

The Sony Xperia S has an undeniably gorgeous HD screen, high-quality audio, an impressive camera and plenty of clout. But it's let down by clunky handset design and software that could be more streamlined.

BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 AT&T

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is a decent entry-level BlackBerry with a couple of modern features like 3G and GPS, but we wish it was more affordable.

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2

It lacks high-flying hardware, but this 5.25-inch smartphone could appeal to those shopping for a big-screen phone.

Motorola Defy T-Mobile

The Motorola Defy is a great midtier Android smartphone, especially for those who need a phone to be a little more protected against life's everyday mishaps.

HTC Incredible S unlocked

The HTC Incredible S might not impress the tech enthusiast crowd, but it works as a midtier Android smartphone, offering some nice improvements over its predecessor.

Palm Treo 750v

The Treo 750v is the first Windows Mobile device from Palm we have seen in the UK, and the company simply had to do well with it. On the usability front it has succeeded, though there are some things that annoy us -- like the small screen

Huawei Ascend D1 quad XL

The Huawei D1 Quad XL makes some very ambitious claims for its battery, as well as sporting a crystal-clear screen.

LG Optimus Vu unlocked

The LG Optimus Vu is a ludicrously large mobile that packs some impressive hardware into its thin, light frame.

LG Optimus L7 unlocked

The LG Optimus L7 has the latest Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and a big, shiny 4.3-inch face, but the single-core engine is sluggish. At this price, there are faster mid-range Androids to choose from. If you want a large display, then you're better off saving up for a more powerful phone that can handle all those pixels.

Samsung Pixon

The Samsung Pixon's camera took photos worthy of framing, which is more than you can say for most camera phones. That said, it didn't do so will in low light, so don't expect great things if you plan on using it for late-night parties. As a phone it performs well enough, but we don't think it's Samsung's best offering yet -- there's much better to come