'Extremely affordable, unlocked, and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean'
'Color variety, Simplified Android experience'
'Excellent build quality and speed for the price'
'Great value, Decent screen, Slick interface, Android 4.4 incoming'
'Jaw-dropping value, Great screen, Great performance'
'Surprisingly good specification'
'Good performance for price, Clean Android build'
'Crisp 720p display, Near-stock version of Android'
'Compact and lightweight, Interchangeable back panels, Excellent screen'
'Pros: Fantastic price, lovely design.'
'Delivers an improved camera, a nifty fingerprint sensor'
'Excellent low-lighting photo performance'
'Incredibly fast processor, Excellent camera'
'Powerful core, Touch ID is a real step up, Excellent camera'
'Pushes the major re-design another year back'
'Touch ID works perfectly, Excellent performance'
'Excellent camera and flash, Lightning fast A7 processor'
'A7 chip offers fast performance and 64-bit support'
' Still The Best After Six Months? '
'Pros: Touch ID fingerprint sensor, A7 processor.'
'Same premium design as One M8, but in a more compact package'
'HTC's premium design arrives in a smaller suit'
'Premium feel that is unmatched this side of the Apple/Android divide, though some of the specs don't scream flagship'
'Gorgeous M8-inspired metal design'
'Pros: Design, Sense 6.0 is mature and refined.'
'With the looks of a flagship but a lower price tag, the HTC One Mini 2 may be the choice for tech heads on a budget. '
'This pared-down handset looks like a smaller version of the HTC One M8 and behaves like one, but it’s a different phone entirely'
'Nice enough, but the price is too high for a phone with such middling specifications'
'A gorgeous compact phone that needs to be cheaper'
'Wherefore art thou mini?'
'Delivers a large, glare-fighting screen, a fast processor'
'Hard-to-beat $100 on-contract cost, Excellent still image quality'
'Beautifully built, Spectacular camera, Clear screen'
'Great 1080p display, Fine camera, Solid build quality'
'The Nokia PureView camera is equally responsible for some of the best cameraphone experience ever.'
'Very good picture quality and RAW support'
'Windows Phone gets better and bigger'
'Extremely long battery life, Large and crisp display'
'Vibrant display, Top-of-the-line hardware'
' Half An Inch From Greatness...'
'Good-looking and high-quality exterior'
'Fast. Sleek styling. Waterproof.'
'Good battery life, Waterproof, Some clever Sony additions'
'Handsome looking brute'
'Dedicated camera button for underwater shooting'
'Xperia Z gets tuned but puts on weight'
' The One Sony we've been waiting for?'
'Pros: Plenty of decent software refinements, battery life with Stamina mode.'
'Excellent camera experience, Stable and powerful'
'Beautiful tempered-glass design, fairly good battery life'
'Got more widely compatible global LTE coverage'
'Color variety with its design, Solid build quality for a plastic phone'
'Bright and cheerful new colors, Solid value'
'Colourful options, Smooth OS, Decent battery life'
'The color of magic'
'Glossy, smooth and feels nice in the hand'
'Bright display, Excellent camera'
'Gorgeous design, Beautiful colors and craftsmanship'
'Excellent build quality, iOS 7 rocks'
'Pros: Colourful, solid.'
'Clean call quality'
'Samsung's shot at the ultimate cameraphone is off the mark'
'The Samsung Galaxy K zoom offers the best of both worlds - it's an Android smartphone and it's a camera.'
'The mini speaker on the rear goes to a decent volume, but the tone of the sound is nothing to get excited about. '
'If you’re one of the few that wants a smartphone with a decent camera and an optical zoom, the K Zoom isn’t a bad choice. '
'The Samsung K Zoom boasts a great zoom-capable camera, but as a smartphone fails to sparkle, and won't suit photo pros. '
'Is this smartphone camera hybrid a killer combo, or clunky compromise'
'Half phone, half camera -- and not brilliant at either'
'Terrific external speakers, and a strong midtier feature set'
'Great stereo speakers, Very good display panel'
'Very easy to use with a single hand, Nicely crafted'
'Great design, High-res screen, Doesn't need more CPU power'
'Premium aluminum unibody'
'Excellent 720p HD screen, Slick Sense 5.0'
'Smaller, lighter, much cheaper HTC One'
'Premium aluminum design, Beautiful display'
'Stylish, solid design, Sharp, well-performing 4.3-inch display'
' the HTC One, just smaller [updated]'
'Captures extremely high-resolution images with fine detail'
'Unparalleled photo & video quality, Lots of manual controls'
'Best camera ever on a smartphone'
'Brings a number of new software features'
'Punchy, colourful screen, Excellent build quality'
'Capable of taking phenomenal photos'
'Sharpest photos ever from a phone'
'Best-in-class imaging experience'
'Fantastic camera, brilliant way of handling zoom'
' More Than Just A Camera? '
'Sleek, slim, partially aluminum build'
'Smooth and snappy performance'
'Lots of useful software added, Easy to use'
'Premium build, Superb camera, Strong suite of native apps'
'Solid, attractive build'
'Build quality is good'
'Excellent camera with complementary apps'
'Entertaining, addictive new Smart Camera functions'
' Should you wait for the EOS?'
'Pros: Slimmer, lighter.'
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