Can Samsung’s newest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III, possibly match the hype it has garnered and how does it stack against the HTC One X?
LG and Google combine to produce the best Nexus phone yet, and at a great price, too.
Nokia's Lumia 920 is an elegant handset that feels truly luxurious to use.
Well-built, slick and powerful, HTC’s flagship still has plenty of appeal.
A superb screen, lots of power, innovative software and a reasonable price on contract mean that the Galaxy S III retains its smartphone crown.
The size of this phone won’t suit everyone, but in every other respect it’s a superb smartphone – the ideal combination of phone and tablet.
An outstanding handset, but it’s just pipped to the post by Samsung’s bigger and better Galaxy S III.
A taller screen and a sumptuous redesign for the iconic smartphone, but Apple’s latest iPhone falls tantalisingly short of a top score.
Not the top of the range any more, but still a great option for those without top end needs.
A top-quality smartphone that offers something genuinely different, the Z10 is an encouraging return to form for BlackBerry.
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