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Find reviews of the latest Nokia mobile phones.

  1. Nokia X7

    Nokia X7

    Nokia's X7 has bags of features and runs an updated version of the Symbian OS.

  2. Nokia E7

    Nokia E7

    As beautifully built as ever but Nokia's flagship slider smartphone is fundamentally flawed, for now.

  3. Nokia C1-02

    Nokia C1-02

    The Nokia C1-02 cuts out the features to cut down the price.

  4. Nokia C2-01

    Nokia C2-01

    Nokia's latest budget phone could do with shaving a few pounds off of its price tag.

  5. Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type

    Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type

    The Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type is an easy intro to the world of touchscreen phones

  6. Nokia C5-03

    Nokia C5-03

    The Nokia C5-03 may be a smartphone, but dated software means it's not a clever choice for most buyers.

  7. Nokia E5

    Nokia E5

    The E5 is Nokia's latest messaging handset aimed at both business types and consumers Niall takes a look.

  8. Nokia C7

    Nokia C7

    Thought the N8 was a bit pricey and weren't fussed by its camera? The C7 may be right up your street.

  9. Nokia 6700 Slide

    Nokia 6700 Slide

    Nokia’s 6700 Slide is smarter than it looks thanks to its Series 60 Operating System. Niall checks it out.

  10. Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type

    Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type

    Nokia's C3-01 Touch and Type adds a touchscreen to the traditional candybar handset design.

  11. Nokia N8

    Nokia N8

    Despite its excellent hardware the N8 risks becoming Nokia's last hurrah in the smartphone wars thanks to the shortcomings of Symbian^3.

  12. Nokia C3

    Nokia C3

    With a full qwerty keyboard and great design this phone offers more than we'd ever expect for under £100.

  13. Nokia C6

    Nokia C6

    Nokia's latest mid-range side sliding phone is a big improvement over previous efforts, but is it enough?

  14. Nokia C5

    Nokia C5

    A classic candybar phone from the masters.

  15. Nokia 5230 front angle

    Nokia 5230

    The Nokia 5230 tries to bridge the gap between a feature phone and full-blown smartphone. Does it succeed?