Sony’s budget Xperia L4 is now available to buy SIM-free for just £169, bringing the 21:9 cinematic display to the masses. The 6.2-inch display offers up a true cinema experience when enjoying movies in landscape mode, or when switched to portrait mode users can enjoy two apps running in a… [Click for more]
Nokia has today launched the sub-£100 Nokia 2.3 in the UK, with a clean Android 10 install and the promise of updates. Shipping with Android 10 out of the box, and promising two years of OS updates as well as three years of security updates, the Nokia 2.3 is the… [Click for more]
It hasn’t exactly gone unnoticed that he cost of a mobile phone has been slowly creeping upwards. We can blame some of this on pre-Brexit currency devaluation, but there has also been a clear move by many phone manufacturers to take retail prices upwards. Honor is no exception, and this… [Click for more]
Today, Wileyfox launched three new phones that will succeed the 2015 Swift and Storm models. All three new phones are called the Spark, which ‘sparked’ some confusion at the launch event. Two 5-inch models are called the Spark and Spark+, starting at £90, plus a 5.5-inch ‘flagship’ called the Spark X that costs £130. I use… [Click for more]
Introducing the Rook smartphone from EE, one of the cheapest smartphones to bring high-speed 4G access to the masses, and also shipping with Android 5.1 out of the box. It’s on sale to buy from today, but is it any good? I’ve written rather a lot about devices at the… [Click for more]
Motorola’s best chance of success to date lies in the budget Moto G (and it’s great news for all of us)
This week Motorola announced the Moto G, an Android smartphone at an incredibly low price. But it isn’t like any other cheap Android phone that has come before it.