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10 Best Cheap Smartphones For Photography 2018: Under £200/$264

If you’re looking for a smartphone with a decent camera that won’t cost you almost four-figures to purchase, then you’ve landed on the right list

Nokia 5.1 (2018) Hands-on Review : First look

Key Features 5.5-inch FHD+ display MediaTek CPU 2GB RAM 13MP camera 2970mAh battery Android One Nokia 5.1 (2018) first look: Important updates could make the

Budget Smartphones Running Android 8 Oreo

Why the heck are budget smartphones still stuck on Android 7 Nougat? It’s more than frustrating when you want to buy a budget smartphone in

Nokia 8 vs Nokia 6 vs Nokia 5 vs Nokia 3: What’s the difference?

Nokia announced three Android devices at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of the year as it began its fight back into smartphones. Since then, it has

Nokia 8 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: What’s the difference?

Nokia has announced a fourth Android smartphone to its 2017 portfolio. The company, which is now under the brand HMD Global, announced the Nokia 3, Nokia 5

Nokia 8 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: What’s the rumoured difference?

Nokia is rumoured to be launching a fourth Android smartphone to its current 2017 portfolio in the middle of August. The company, which is now under

Hands on: Honor 6A review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Honor 6A doesn’t change the world of affordable phones, but it offers everything you’d expect and probably a little bit more

Nokia 5 vs Moto G5: Which mid-range mobile is best for me?

We compare the new Nokia 5 and Moto G5 mobile phones, two Android handsets with a sub-£200 asking price here in the UK. From the

Nokia 5 review

OUR VERDICT The Nokia 5 is the best-looking smartphone at its price point, but in use it’s not quite as sharp as some of its

Nokia 3 And Nokia 5 Hands-on, Quick Review: Worthy Of The Name

We go hands-on with the Nokia 5 and 6! A few months after their announcement in Mobile World Congress, the new Nokia smartphones are now

Nokia 6 vs Nokia 5 vs Nokia 3: What’s the difference?

Nokia has announced three Android devices as the company begins its fight back into smartphones. Announced at Mobile World Congress 2017, the line-up includes the