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  2. Sony Xperia SP 6

    Sony Xperia SP

    Xperia Z too pricey? Sony's Xperia SP might fit the bill instead.

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  3. CAT B15

    CAT B15

    The Cat B15 tough Android smartphone makes you feel just a little bit more macho.

    6
  4. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

    Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

    The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini pairs a recognisable design with middling specs.

    6
  5. Nokia Lumia 820

    Nokia Lumia 820

    Nokia's mid-range phone doesn't quite make the impact of its Lumia brothers.

    7
  6. HTC One SV

    HTC One SV

    Is EE's joint cheapest 4G Android phone worth getting?

    7
  7. Acer CloudMobile S500

    Acer CloudMobile S500

    Can Acer's latest mid-range handset ignite its smartphone fortunes?

    7
  8. Motorola RAZR i

    Motorola RAZR i

    The Motorola RAZR i is one seriously impressive mid-range phone.

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  9. Samsung Galaxy S Advance i9070

    Samsung Galaxy S Advance i9070

    A good mid-range handset, but it needs a price reduction to make it a more attractive buy.

    7
  10. Sony Xperia P

    Sony Xperia P

    Attractive, well built, and with a few neat features, this is a solid mid-range handset.

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  11. Motorola Pro+ MB632

    Motorola Pro+ MB632

    Motorola's Pro+ marries a portrait screen with full QWERTY keyboard. Does this make it the best Android messenger phone yet?

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  12. Nokia Lumia 710

    Nokia Lumia 710

    Can Nokia's budget Windows Phone 7 handset steal the show?

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  13. HTC Rhyme 13

    HTC Rhyme

    Unlike Yorkie, this is for girls!

    7
  14. BlackBerry Torch 9860

    BlackBerry Torch 9860

    The first proper touchscreen BlackBerry is here!

    7
  15. HTC Radar C110E

    HTC Radar C110E

    If HTC's Titan was too brutish for you, but you still like the idea of Windows Phone 7 handset, then the regular sized Radar might be more up your street.

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