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Nokia 220 review
The Nokia 220 is a low-cost phone with an alphanumeric keypad, a camera, music player and an FM radio. Its larger-than-average colour screen and long battery life make this an excellent choice for a backup phone.
 Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has a unique curved display with notifications and alerts displayed at the edge of the phone. The phone is supremely powerful with a Snapdragon 805 processor, Quad HD AMOLED display, S-Pen functionality, plenty of memory, an outstanding camera and comprehensive connectivity. It's an absolute powerhouse, but the ultimate phone doesn't come cheap.
   
 
Huawei Ascend Y550 review
The Huawei Ascend Y550 is probably the cheapest 4G phone available. For very little money, you get an Android KitKat phone with a quadcore processor, a large screen, and strong battery life. The main compromise is the small amount of storage, but a microSD card slot compensates for this. It's definitely worth a look!
 Google Nexus 9 review
The Google Nexus 9 is a mid-sized tablet with impressive performance and running the brand-new Android Lollipop 5.0. It's a nice tablet, but over-priced, and with limited amounts of memory preventing it from deserving 5 stars.
   
 
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact review
Sony's Z3 Tablet Compact is a stunningly beautiful and powerful device. It's super-slim, super-lightweight and just generally super-everything. It's expensive for an 8 inch tablet, but it's built to last.
 HTC Desire EYE review
The HTC Desire EYE is the ultimate phone for selfies, with dual front and back 13 megapixel cameras. It's a great all-rounder too, with a superslim water-resistant body, top notch display, and superfast processor.
   
 
Samsung Galaxy Young 2 review
As its name suggests, the Samsung Galaxy Young 2 is intended as a first phone for young teens. It's very cheap, very small, and very basic. But there are better budget smartphones available, and we can't recommend the Young 2.
 HTC Desire 510 review
The HTC Desire 510 is a budget smartphone with a big screen and good looks. Positives include a responsive quad-core processor and good battery life, but beware of its bulky design, poor camera and low screen sharpness.
   
 
BlackBerry Classic review
The BlackBerry Classic combines a physical keyboard with the power of the BB10 touchscreen operating system. It allows limited Android apps too, and is a very competent business smartphone. But the small screen and dated processor won't make it a good choice for multimedia fans.
 BlackBerry Passport review
The BlackBerry Passport is different, but in a good way. It's big, heavy and strange to behold, but it offers business users everything they need - an incredibly powerful keyboard, a great OS with BlackBerry and Android apps, a beautiful square screen, and powerful performance to match.
   

 
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