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Galaxy S3 (i9300) (16GB)
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Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300) (16 GB)

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 4.8"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Candybar; Memory card slot, …

"FOR: Slim and stylish; innovative features; superb video, good audio; fast, clean interface. AGAINST: OS seems a little shouty; some unnecesary features and software."

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1 review

 

M-7
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HTC One

Megapixel: 13 MP; Display Size: 4.7"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Candybar; Enhanced audio, …

"FOR: Slick, stylish interface; screen quality; stereo sound; BlinkFeed integration; 4G. AGAINST: Sound could be more agile; no expandable storage; camera isn't consistent."

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15 reviews

 

Sony Xperia Z
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Sony Xperia Z

Megapixel: 13.1 MP; Display Size: 5"; CPU cores: 4; Outdoor phone, Smartphone; Weight: 146 g; …

"FOR: Detailed, entertaining sound; stunning screen; sharp video quality; swift, intuitive use. AGAINST: Poor viewing angles; size and shape may not suit everyone; variable camera …

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14 reviews

 

 
Google Nexus 5
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LG Nexus 5

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 5"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Weight: 130 g; Candybar; …

Going for a phone like the Galaxy S4 or the HTC One will get you a better camera, a more attractive design or superior battery life, but when it comes to value for money, the Nexus 5 is unbeatable, …

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12 reviews

 

Galaxy S 4
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Samsung Galaxy S4

Megapixel: 13 MP; Display Size: 5"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Weight: 130 g; Candybar; MHL, …

"FOR: Slim and light; impressive 5in, Full HD screen; 4G connectivity; storage expansion. AGAINST: Sound quality; rivals provide greater visual subtlety; some lag in operation."

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16 reviews | 646 opinions

 

More information at: S21, 3/2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Most of what made the Galaxy S3 such a revolutionary offering was its hardware, but with little to improve on that front, Samsung has focused on the software for its successor, the Galaxy S4. … to review

iPhone 5 S
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Apple iPhone 5S

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 4"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Candybar; Camera, HDMI, GPS, …

Despite everybody knowing more or less what to expect, the iPhone 5S still managed to impress The Inquirer with its fingerprint sensor, much improved camera, and storming performance courtesy of its …

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11 reviews

 

D 801
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LG G2

Megapixel: 13 MP; Display Size: 5.2"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Weight: 140 g; Candybar; …

The G2 comes across as a very pleasant surprise from a company whose products aren't usually at the top of reviewers' and users' shortlists. It's a bit dull and it doesn't

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12 reviews

 

More information at: S21, 10/2013 LG G2 You'd be forgiven to think that the G2 is just another Android smartphone, but look closer and you'll notice an almost bezel-less screen and a single switch on the back, with no other physical buttons to be seen. What exactly is LG up to? … to review

Nokia Lumia 620
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Nokia Lumia 620

Megapixel: 5.0 MP; Display Size: 3.8"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 127 g; Candybar; …

The dual-core CPU of the Lumia 620 makes it a snappy performer, and feature wise it's not bad equipped for the price, sporting 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, NFC connectivity, a …

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11 reviews

 

Galaxy S 4 Active
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 5"; CPU cores: 4; Outdoor phone, Smartphone; Weight: 151 g; …

In The Inquirer's opinion, the Galaxy S4 Active is everything the original model, with its flimsy build quality, should have been. It feels solid but it's not chunky like other ruggedised …

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9 reviews | 3 opinions

 

M-4
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HTC One Mini

Megapixel: 13 MP; Display Size: 4.3"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Candybar; Enhanced audio, …

"... ultimately the weak battery life and limited storage hold it back from the full five-star rating. ... you're unlikely to be disappointed with the Mini. Just make sure you also take a …

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12 reviews

 

 
Nokia Lumia 1520
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Nokia Lumia 1520

Megapixel: 20 MP; Display Size: 6"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Weight: 209 g; Candybar; Camera, …

For the folks at Know Your Mobile, the Lumia 1520 is a bit too large to be viable, and it would benefit immensely from being just an inch smaller. It is as well built as all Lumia devices, and its …

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14 reviews

 

Honami
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Sony Xperia Z1

Megapixel: 20 MP; Display Size: 5"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Candybar; Enhanced audio, MHL, …

It might be a couple of small shortcomings away from perfection, but the Xperia Z1 is nonetheless an amazing phone that takes everything that made the Xperia Z great and makes it even better. Know …

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12 reviews

 

Catwalk
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Nokia Lumia 925

Megapixel: 8.7 MP; Display Size: 4.5"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 139 g; Candybar; …

"FOR: Premium build; excellent camera; growing number of apps; vibrant screen; deep blacks. AGAINST: Video and audio not as strong as the latest Androids; still not enough apps."

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15 reviews | 5 opinions

 

C530X HuaShan
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Sony Xperia SP

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 4.6"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 155 ; Candybar; Camera, …

The impressive build quality, luxurious feel and high-res display of the Xperia SP belie its midrange price tag in TechRadar's eyes, who were also impressed by its 4G and NFC support, and

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10 reviews

 

More information at: S21, 5/2013 Sony Xperia SP Want the good looks of Sony's Xperia Z but not the cost? The Xperia SP could be just what the doctor ordered. … to review

XT1058
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Motorola Moto X

Megapixel: 10 MP; Display Size: 4.7"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 130 g; Candybar; …

"... While it doesn’t push the boundaries for processing performance, photographic skills or screen size, it’s a phone that’s designed to be easy to live with and easy to use - and it hits its

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8 reviews | 2 opinions

 

More information at: IT Reviews, 8/2013 Motorola Moto X The Moto X has generated a huge amount of hype, and now that it's arrived at last, it's time to see if it lives up to expectations. … to review

Togari
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Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Megapixel: 8 MP; Display Size: 6.44"; CPU cores: 4; Smartphone; Candybar; Touchscreen, …

Despite its superb screen, impressive specs, and the fact that it can be used with any pen or pencil, which is a huge plus, PC Advisor didn't think the Sony Xperia Z Ultra was a good buy and …

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11 reviews | 45 opinions

 

Nokia Lumia 720
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Nokia Lumia 720

Megapixel: 6 MP; Display Size: 4.3"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 128 g; Candybar; WAP, …

IT Pro were very fond of the Lumia 720, saying it looks like a more manageable 920, which is a good thing, and its specs are on a par with its midrange price tag. The screen is amazingly sensitive, …

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10 reviews | 1 opinion

 

Ascend Y 300
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Huawei Ascend Y300

Megapixel: 5.0 MP; Display Size: 4"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Weight: 134 g; Candybar; …

Like all budget phones, the Ascend Y300's performance is nothing to write home about, and Huawei's Emotion UI takes some getting used to, but overall, Trusted Reviews think it's a good …

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5 reviews | 2 opinions

 

Ascend W 1
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Huawei Ascend W1

Megapixel: 5.0 MP; Display Size: 4"; CPU cores: 2; Smartphone; Candybar; Touchscreen

Those looking for a good Windows Phone 8 that doesn't break the bank would be well advised to check out Huawei's fantastic Ascend W1. It's not as sleek as Nokia's Lumia 620, but

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8 reviews | 10 opinions

 

More information at: Mobile Choice, 4/2013 Huawei Ascend W1 Huawei is best known for its budget Android handsets, but the Ascend W1 is the company's first model to run Windows 8. Will it be able to seduce the masses? … to review

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Sony Xperia E

Megapixel: 3.2 MP; Display Size: 3.5"; CPU cores: 1; Smartphone; Candybar; MP3 player, Camera, …

The camera is the weakest point of the Xperia E, but otherwise S21 reckon it's a pretty decent budget smartphone that thanks to its Android Jelly Bean operating system, excellent battery life …

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

 

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Product information and further reviews for 3G Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy Beam Wired 10/2012 - A lot of smartphones base their appeal on a single quirk, gimmick or cutting-edge feature. In the case of the Galaxy Beam, its main appeal is its in-built projector.

HTC 8S CNET.co.uk 12/2012 - HTC covers both ends of the market with its Window Phone 8 handsets. The 8X has got the top range wrapped up while its little 8S buddy takes on the budget end.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Know Your Mobile 10/2012 - Most people who've never used a Galaxy Note will scoff at the sight or mention of it, but give them a chance to play with it and their opinion is likely to change dramatically. Know Your Mobile find out how the successor to Samsung's original 'phablet' fares.

HTC Desire X The Gadget Show 10/2012 - With everyone and their mother going crazy for large-screen smartphones, it's reassuring to know that there are still options such as the 4-inch Desire X for those who aren't fond of such large devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Pocket-lint.co.uk 10/2012 - When the original Galaxy Note came out, nobody was really sure if it was supposed to be a phone or a tablet, or what market niche it was meant to appeal to. Its surprising success, however, has prompted Samsung to produce a second iteration.

Acer CloudMobile S500 TrustedReviews 12/2012 - Acer's success in the laptop arena hasn't translated to its smartphone endeavours despite having put out some very decent models. The CloudMobile S500 is its latest attempt to catch the attention of the Android crowd.

HTC One X+ review: first look Know Your Mobile 10/2012 - Are the improvements that HTC has kitted the One X+ with worth the update, or are you better off going for the company's own One XL?

HTC One X+ unleashed: Hands on with the best Android phone yet The Gadget Show 10/2012 - Is the One X+ the handset that will topple the almighty Samsung Galaxy S3 from its throne?

Sony Xperia T PC Advisor 12/2012 - The Xperia T is the latest addition to Sony's 2012 smartphone range, a nice-looking, James Bond-endorsed, high-end handset that has the likes of the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 straight in its sights.

Samsung Galaxy Note II review - hands on Expert Reviews 10/2012 - A second stab at the mobile/tablet hybrid from Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 Expert Reviews 9/2012 - Many people have no need for the latest and greatest smartphone, so Samsung has produced a budget but brainy alternative.

Samsung Galaxy Beam CNET.co.uk 8/2012 - As the Galaxy Note showed, Samsung isn't afraid to experiment with atypical ideas. Now with the Galaxy Beam, it has created the first smartphone ever to come with a built-in projector, but is it just a gimmick?

Sony Xperia Go S21 7/2012 - The Sony Xperia Go is designed for outdoor use, but have too many sacrifices been made to acheive this?

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 TrustedReviews 7/2012 - With the Galaxy Ace 2, Samsung have made a new budget addition to their massively successful Galaxy series. Does it address the problems of its predecessor?

HTC One V Expert Reviews 6/2012 - HTC haven't had a smash hit handset in a while, but will that be set to change with the release of the One V?

BlackBerry Curve 9320 TechRadar UK 5/2012 - Does this budget offering from RIM have what it takes to sway the masses from the allure of Android and Apple?

BlackBerry Curve 9320 preview PC Advisor 5/2012 - RIM's latest addition to its BlackBerry range is a budget offering that aims to compete with the host of Android smartphones available at the bottom end of the market. Does it offer anything of note, though?

HTC One X The Inquirer 4/2012 - Since HTC launced the Desire handset a few years ago, they have been struggling to produce another phone as well revceived as that. Can the HTC One X change this?

HTC One V Mobile Choice 4/2012 - The other two handsets in the One series from HTC combine lots of power with an attractive design and some great features. Can the smaller, cheaper One V follow in its siblings impressive footsteps?

HTC One X IT PRO 4/2012 - Can the 4.7-inch screen, 8-megapixel camera and modified Sense overlay be enough to make the new HTC Android flagship a powerful contender?

Windows Phone 8S by HTC review: first look Know Your Mobile 9/2012 - HTC have brought out a budget option for those that can't quite justify the flagship price of the 8X.

Preview: HTC One X ZDNet 2/2012 - HTC announced a new handset at the first day of the Mobile World Congress. If you are looking for a quad-core smartphone that runs Android ICS, you might want to check out the One X.

Samsung Galaxy S III hands on first impressions The Inquirer 5/2012 - The long awaited Samsung Galaxy S III has arrived, but can it live up to Android fans' high expectations?

Strategic assembly connect 2/2011 - Although smartphones are becoming increasingly similar, more and more specialist mobile phone models for specific needs are cropping up. Online magazine ‘connect’ takes a look at two successful examples. Review details: Two mobile phones were tested. Test criteria were battery life, features, handling and measurements.

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3G mobile phones use the third generation UMTS network to send more data and operate at faster speeds than previous phones were capable of.

This increased bandwidth allows owners of a 3G phone to not only make and receive voice calls, but also take part in two-way video conferencing and to view and download video and audio from the internet or specially designed television stations.

The data rate of 3G is around 384kbps which is faster than some basic fixed line broadband packages. Speeds of up to 2Mbps are also promised which, due to the fact that a stipulation of the contract for 3G networks stated that there had to be 80% coverage of the UK by 2007, gives the owner of a 3G mobile phone broadband equivalent internet access speeds from anywhere in the country.

However 3G phones did not take off as anticipated but the technology will continue to advance. In Japan work on 3.5G has begun which will offer users downlink speeds of up to 3Mbps.

The main 3G operator in the UK is 3, this is a global network which operates in five countries on 3G UMTS networks but also has agreements with 2G network operators to use their infrastructure as a fallback in cases of low coverage or signal loss, providing an important backup for customers when leaving the big cities most will be based in.

If you would like to use video calls from a mobile or are interested in downloading web content then a 3G mobile is the smallest device supporting all of these functions and to be thoroughly recommended.