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  1. Nokia C3

    Nokia C3

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

  2. Nokia 6300

    Nokia 6300

    Is the Nokia 6300 the perfect mid-range mobile?

  3. 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?

  4. Nokia 6303 Classic

    Nokia 6303 Classic

    Like things simple but still value quality? The 6303 should be right up your street.

  5. Nokia E72

    Nokia E72

    The E72 has been a long time coming, but has it been worth the wait? Niall finds out.

  6. Nokia E52

    Nokia E52

    The Nokia E52 isn’t exactly a headline grabber, but its still got plenty to offer, as Niall finds out.

  7. Nokia E55

    Nokia E55

    The Nokia E55 may have a non-standard, half QWERTY keyboard, but Niall thinks you shouldn't let that put you off.

  8. Samsung Tocco Ultra S8300

    Samsung Tocco Ultra S8300

    Does the Samsung Tocco Ultra S8300 meet Sandra's high expectations?

  9. Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Sandra gets hands-on with Nokia's 5800 XpressMusic touchscreen phone running S60.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Nokia C6

    Nokia C6

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

  13. Nokia C5

    Nokia C5

    A classic candybar phone from the masters.

  14. Nokia 5730 XpressMusic

    Nokia 5730 XpressMusic

    Nokia's 5730 XpressMuisc phone is stuffed to the gills with features, but is it actually any good? Niall investigates.

  15. Sony Ericsson Satio U1i

    Sony Ericsson Satio U1i

    Sony's top of the range Satio U1i has a 12.1-megapixel camera and full touchscreen interface.