It may be lacking in the specs and design department, but Fairphone's ethical approach to smartphone manufacturing is what sets this repairable and upgradable handset apart.
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The Nord marks a return to OnePlus's roots, with the new handset billed as delivering a high-quality experience for an affordable price.
The Charge 4 performs very well as a general health and fitness tracker, but power users will want more granular metrics and a longer-lasting battery for GPS use.
This top-of-the-range OnePlus handset remains a firm favourite after a lengthy period of evaluation.
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With its high-capacity battery, quad rear camera system and decent screen resolution, the 6.4-inch Moto G8 Power is a good choice if your smartphone budget is limited.
With only incremental updates over the excellent OnePlus 7 Pro, the 7T Pro model may not offer enough to tempt users to upgrade.
The LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen is an interesting and affordable alternative to a folding-screen handset, but it does have some significant drawbacks.
The latest top-end e-reader from Amazon offers adjustable backlighting warmth and is a pleasure to use. It would be even better with a case, an audio jack and a USB-C connector.
Two of Motorola's three e5 smartphones show what can be achieved at the affordable end of the market, while the third arguably sacrifices too much in pursuit of an attractive price point.
Inspired by the Psion Series 5, Planet Computers' 6-inch Android/Linux device seeks to revive interest in the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) form factor.