Motorola Wilder: Budget phone for on the go
The Motorola Wilder isn't likely to score highly in any benchmarking tests. It's not exactly stylish and it's hardly cutting edge.
But at less than £50, it could be the perfect phone for you, or your kids, ahead of the festival / holiday season.
The Wilder still manages to pack in some nifty features for that price-tag too; including a 2.8-inch QVGA touch screen, a 2-megapixel camera that can also shoot video at 15fps and social network integration for the likes of Twitter and Facebook.
There are also some games on board (Tetris, Game of Life, Need For Speed) and useful apps such as Soundhound. Plus, Opera Mini is packed in for all your browsing needs. Media playback is possible with a number of files including MP3, AAC +, AAC +, eAAC +, AMR NB, AMR WB, Midi and WAV.
One of the key selling points of the Wilder though, is the fact that it's splash and dustproof - which is bound to come in handy at the famously wet British festivals and we also kind of like the secondary notification display area.
Out in July, the Motorola Wilder will cost £49.95 and will be on sale at the Carphone Warehouse.