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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua review: Beautifying the mid-range
4.0 stars

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua review: Beautifying the mid-range

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The Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is one of the first waterproof smartphones to offer exposed ports, meaning no faffing around removing a flap to reveal the Micro-USB charging port. That, along with its flagship-mimicking design, saw this mid-ranger greeted with... >>

LG G4c review: C for compromised
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LG G4c review: C for compromised

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Upon pulling the LG G4c out of its box we were rather excited. This dinky looking version of the G4 has many of the design hallmarks that make the flagship model such a success, but with a 5-inch screen size making it an altogether more manageable package.... >>

Motorola Moto X Play: Serious cameras for your money (hands-on)

Motorola Moto X Play: Serious cameras for your money (hands-on)

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Motorola has launched a second variant of the Moto X Style smartphone in this third generation, the Moto X Play. The Moto X Play is an affordable variant of the Moto X Style that is designed to offer high-end specs for an affordable price. The Moto X... >>

Motorola Moto X Style: All the power without the hefty price (hands-on)

Motorola Moto X Style: All the power without the hefty price (hands-on)

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Motorola has revealed its third-generation Moto X smartphone to much excitement. And it's got a new name, the Moto X Style. The latest Moto X Style takes the specs to a new level that should appeal to even more people, while remaining affordable. But... >>

Motorola Moto G 2015 (third-gen) hands-on: A beautiful device, for a beautiful price

Motorola Moto G 2015 (third-gen) hands-on: A beautiful device, for a beautiful price

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Motorola has updated its budget smartphone range - the Moto G - just three months after the last addition to the line. The Moto G originally launched in November 2013, shaking up the sub £150 smartphone market entirely. This little number was an amazing... >>

OnePlus 2 hands-on: The 'flagship killer' has arrived, and it's a beaut

OnePlus 2 hands-on: The 'flagship killer' has arrived, and it's a beaut

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OnePlus is in San Francisco, unveiling it's second flagship smartphone: the OnePlus 2. First of all...this phone is the real deal. We've just spent the last hour or two playing around with the device, and we think it's beautiful. Just beautiful. OnePlus... >>

EE Harrier review: Vertical take-off for budget 4G handset
4.5 stars

EE Harrier review: Vertical take-off for budget 4G handset

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Cut out the middle man – it's one of the best ways to save money. That's the idea behind the EE Harrier budget 4G smatphone: by getting rid of that Sony, Samsung, or whatever label, carrier-tied phones such as this can get you the most features for... >>

Sony Xperia Z3+ review: Hot stuff (literally)
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Sony Xperia Z3+ review: Hot stuff (literally)

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Sony has been moulding its Xperia Z-series flagship smartphone line into the perfect model. Well, it more-or-less achieved that with the Z3 towards the end of 2014, so for the new Z3+ to arrive mid-2015 led us to believe we'd be getting more hot stuff.... >>

HTC One M9 review: Distracted by refinement
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HTC One M9 review: Distracted by refinement

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The HTC One M9 is, in every sense, an evolution of the flagship M8 smartphone that came before it. It offers a similar design, a similar feature set, similar specs and a similar user experience. It is, therefore, a similar overall experience. But the... >>

HTC One M9 Ink hands-on: We've come a long way since the HTC Tattoo

HTC One M9 Ink hands-on: We've come a long way since the HTC Tattoo

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HTC has teamed up with Jourdan Dunn to create a body art inspired, limited edition of the HTC One M9. Dunn is known as a fashion icon and supermodel - something that the HTC One also aspires to - and has worked with artist Cally-Jo to come up with the... >>