Mobile phones reviews

  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating7.6

    Nokia may have been late to the touchscreen party but we like what it's finally delivered; a responsive, full-featured phone with some deal-making extras. 211

  • HP iPAQ Voice Messenger

    HP iPAQ Voice Messenger

    CNET Rating6.0

    The iPAQ Voice Messenger is at best, mediocre. There's nothing here that HTC, BlackBerry or Apple don't already do better, and unless your company already has a great HP contract, it's hard to recommend.

  • Sony Ericsson W705

    Sony Ericsson W705

    CNET Rating7.6
    User Rating7.6

    Average call quality on an otherwise killer music mobile. The W705 ticks most of the right boxes, and is cute as a button, but is letdown in a few key areas. 68

  • LG KF310

    LG KF310

    CNET Rating6.9
    User Rating6.7

    For a prepaid mobile, the KF310 has a few tricks up its sleeve, notably HSDPA web browsing. It's a shame it looks so much like a budget-priced phone. 7

  • Nokia 5730 XpressMusic

    Nokia 5730 XpressMusic

    User Rating8.0

    Nokia's 5730 XpressMusic is like the mullet of mobile phones; business up front, party out the back. This mix of business and consumer features will be welcomed by some, but could leave the 5730 in a techno-limbo. 55

  • Dualsim Slider

    Dualsim Slider

    CNET Rating5.2
    User Rating7.5

    The genius of the dual-SIM technology is overshadowed by missing basic features, poor navigation and terrible battery life. The idea is right, but this phone needs to be refined. 3

  • Nokia WH-500 hands-free headset

    Nokia WH-500 hands-free headset

    CNET Rating7.0

    Nokia's WH-500 is a decent, if expensive, hands-free headset, but we wouldn't recommend them to someone looking for a set of good sounding headphones.

  • Sonim XP3 Enduro

    Sonim XP3 Enduro

    CNET Rating6.5
    User Rating5.3

    The XP3 Enduro may not look pretty and it has the features of a prepaid mobile, but it's probably the only phone you'll find that can be driven over by a car and still work. 12

  • Samsung Beat DJ

    Samsung Beat DJ

    Samsung has created a unique phone, if nothing else. Though small, the touchscreen is responsive and, though gimmicky, the DJ effects are cool nonetheless.

  • Nokia 7210 Supernova

    Nokia 7210 Supernova

    CNET Rating6.8
    User Rating7.2

    Nokia can't help but make a decent phone, after all, it's been making them for years. But a budget phone with an outstanding feature seems to elude the Finns. 22

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