This was the first Cubot device we had ever reviewed, and boy did we like it. As a budget handset we expected it to lack features, build quality and overall performance, but boy were we mistaken. This is a quality phone at a quite unbelievable price!
Amazon’s Fire Phone is an attempt to disrupt the mobile phone market dominated by Apple, Google, Nokia and Samsung. Amazon’s phone is something quite special (we love it), but there are differences to mainstream phones that you need to be aware of.
A mid-range, gorgeous Galaxy device that’s surprisingly light, a full metal ‘unibody’ design gives it a premium feel.
A basic, but great phone with big buttons, easy navigation and emergency assistant feature ensures that it is a great companion for those who don’t need smartphone functionality.
Another great value phone from Huawei, now hoping it’s “Honor” branding can start to become more mainstream. Running Emotion UI 2.0 it gives the user a different experience to the stock Android UI, which many will enjoy.
First impressions are that the phone is huge! The screen is gorgeous, with rich colours and the leather-effect rear keeps the phone stable in your hand.
The Lumia 735 is the first Windows Phone we've tried with Windows Phone 8.1 and the introduction of Cortana, Microsoft's answer to Apple's Siri. Whilst Cortana is a nice addition, the update has also brought with it folders on the homescreen, so new Lumia apps and better Skype integration.
But let's start with the phone itself. This phone is targeted at the budget-range price point and for your money you get a really decent phone.
The HTC RE is an interesting device. Shaped like a periscope, it gives you the ability to take easy snaps and videos on the go – a true point and click device.
The LG G3 is a evolution as opposed to a revolution of their G2 which isn’t a bad thing at all. LG has kept all of the awesome features of it’s predecessor and supercharged a few areas to make it one awesome device!
The OnePlus One is a stunning 5.5″ device running Cyanogen 11s, based upon Android 4.4
After spending the past few months reviewing large-screen phones it took a while to adapt to a “smaller” 4.3 inch display. In fact, for many people this is the ideal size of screen. The phone is lightweight, compact and fits snuggly in the hand.
A super fast, sexy and smart phone that feels superior to many others and runs like a dream!
A large, bold and super screen phone for not much money. A great phone for those comfortable with importing goods.
A smart and sleek phone, good camera, great screen and a few hidden extras!
It’s the first time ever that we’ve had to take a product out of our Smartwatch page because it’s so awful.
Please hear us loud and clear: “DO NOT BUY THIS WATCH”!
A straightforward phone, well functioning smart phone but with the minimalistic Windows phone feel - great for those who love straight lines, bold colours and simplicity!
GENERAL VIEW ON THE PHONE
The Galaxy S5 is an eye catching phone with its unique design and 129.4mm(5.1″) screen.
Even though the galaxy is a large phone, the device on its own is very light weight.
The beautiful Full HD screen is amazing to look at and performs to it’s highest standards in every application.
The phone easily can become a part of your life and is a tech enthusiasts dream.
An unusual phone with an impressive zoom camera which could really work for some people.
A sharp and slick Android phone with loads of built in features which really impressed me. There are so many things to tell you about this phone - where do I start?!
I have been asked to write a simple and straight-forward review on the Motorola Moto E. I have used it as my regular phone for about a month. So, what can I say about this phone that might help you?
If you are anything like me, then you really will not want to be bothered with reading long winded reviews - who has time for that? If you want to know in detail everything it has and hasn't got technically, then look on the specifications. I want to tell you concisely about this phone and how it worked out for me as a 'straight-forward and simple' user...
I've been wearing the Samsung Gear Fit for the past week. It's a fabulous piece of technology for one main reason - I no longer have to check my phone!
Whilst it functions as a pretty good watch, it's all the added bonuses that you get that make this a wonderful piece of technology.
We’re always intrigued to get hold of new phones, new ideas or concepts, and the ZTE Open C is a fascinating view into the world of Firefox OS.
To start with though, let’s talk through the phone itself. At £69.99 exclusively sold on eBay by ZTE, the phone is very much budget. Some of the feature specs remind us of the first smartphones that were released.
We grabbed the Lumia 1020 in Yellow to test, and when we say Yellow, it's almost fluorescent!
The phone is gorgeous, big, bold and actually quite brilliant. It flaunts itself as an awesome camera phone and it lives up to it’s somewhat boastful exterior.
Motorola (now owned by Google) have produced a stunning budget handset. Released in November 2013 it's simply the best budget phone around. With a 4.5 inch screen and curved edges, the phone fits snugly in your hand. The phone sports on-screen buttons plus a power and volume control on the right-hand side of the device.
EE has ventured into the world of releasing own-brand phones with this stunning budget handset. Based upon the Huawei Ascend G6 it offers 4G connectivity, a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 4.5 inch screen.