This a competent budget 5G phone, but there are plenty of similarly-priced alternatives, and the OnePlus Nord, with its AMOLED screen, faster processor and 8GB of RAM, doesn't cost a lot more.
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Nokia's 1996 curved slider phone has been reimagined as a 4G dual-SIM feature phone with a 2.45-inch colour screen and impressive battery life.
With great battery life, a large screen, some nice personalisation features and the future-proofing of 5G support, the Moto G 5G Plus is probably the best budget handset around right now.
Samsung has done a good job with the Galaxy S5. Software bloat has been pared down and a few useful new features added, while the technical specifications are superb and battery life is good. Design purists may bemoan the plastic chassis, but the Galaxy S5 is still a worthy successor to last year's model.
Samsung's Galaxy A51 performs capably, has a large screen, strong battery life and looks good. It's worth shopping around though, as there's plenty of competition.
A leading-edge chipset, plenty of RAM and storage, six cameras (two front, four back) plus good battery life and fast charging all add up to great value for money, despite one or two rough edges.
The BlackBerry Storm looks smart, but its innovative SurePress touch-screen causes us a few concerns. We're also surprised and disappointed by the absence of Wi-Fi.
The Cosmo Communicator is a big improvement on its Gemini PDA predecessor, adding a more powerful platform, a backlit keyboard and an outward-facing touch screen.
It's very tough and has exceptional battery life, but the Nokia 800 Tough's 2.4-inch non-touch screen compromises usability, while the 2MP camera is disappointing.
RIM's latest BlackBerry Pearl adds 3G, 802.11n Wi-Fi and an optical trackpad in place of the original 'pearl' trackball.