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|Samsung Galaxy J5 review|
Samsung's J Series phones are rolling out in 2015, and the J5 is a mid-range model with an attractive slimline design and solid, if unexceptional capabilities. Its best features are its HD AMOLED screen, decent camera and battery life. Watch out for the minimal 8GB of memory though.
|Panasonic TX-48CX400B review|
The Panasonic Viera TX-48CX400B is a cut-price UHD (4K) TV. Despite its low price, this TV offers big-screen UHD viewing, plus the benefits of Smart TV and excellent connectivity. The picture quality isn't quite a match for more expensive models, and sound quality leaves a lot to be desired, but if you're on a tight budget, this is definitely one to put at the top of your list.
|Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 review|
Vodafone has a long history of producing its own-brand phones that don't cost much but give a lot, and the Smart Ultra 6 takes this to the next level. With a 5.5 inch 1080p display, 8-core processor, good camera and massive battery, this phone doesn't have any weaknesses. It hugely over-delivers for the price.
|Samsung UE55JU7500 review|
The Samsung UE55JU7500 is a premium UHD TV with a curved screen. Picture quality is truly outstanding, apart from an issue with limited viewing angles, but for gamers it's a superb option, with ultra-low input lag and an immersive experience. The audio system is well above average too. It's an expensive purchase, but not over-priced for what's on offer here.
|Panasonic TX-40CX700B review|
You'll need a good reason to spend £700 on a 40-inch TV, so here are a few good reasons to buy the Panasonic Viera TX-40CX700B: UHD (4K) resolution, a super bright panel with incredible contrast, excellent motion handling, accurate colours, 3D, stunning design, excellent connectivity and Smart TV.
|Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus review|
First impressions of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ are that this is the best Android phone money can buy. On paper, it beats the iPhone 6+ hands down. It's very expensive, but if you want the very best that smartphone technology can offer in 2015, the Edge+ really does have the edge. Due for release on 4 September, this is our initial hands-off review.
|Samsung UE55JU6500 review|
The Samsung UE55JU6500 gives you a lot for your money - 55 inches of curved, ultra-high definition television, to be precise. It's a beautiful TV, with excellent picture quality, and 55 inches is big enough to truly appreciate both the curved screen and the 4K screen resolution. It's competitively priced, and one that we would recommend.
|Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen review|
The third generation Moto G is a competent mid-range Android phone with colourful, changeable covers. It's a good all-rounder with a nice camera and good battery life.
|Samsung UE40J6300 review|
The J6300 is Samsung's cheapest curved TV for 2015, and the 40-inch model is an excellent choice for a single person or a couple. Priced competitively, it's a stylish TV with excellent picture quality, good connectivity and Smart TV functionality. The narrow viewing angles and curved screen make it less suitable for family viewing, however.
|EE Rook review|
The EE Rook is possibly the cheapest 4G smartphone on sale. It comes with the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop, and is a smart, compact phone. However, the cost-cutting needed to make the device so cheap is in evidence everywhere, and we can't really recommend this phone.