Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been hailed as the phablet with the class-leading screen and display with the best implementation of a stylus. Our resident geeks on What Mobile put the claims to the test

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Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact

Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact

Sony is releasing its second flagship handset in the space of six months, and it’s brought its little brother along with it – and what a difference half a year of tweaking has made

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Amazon Fire Phone

Amazon Fire Phone

It may not set the world on fire (ho ho), but Amazon’s debut smartphone has some slick 3D tricks up its display. Amazon Store addicts will be enthralled. The rest of us will probably go ‘meh’

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BlackBerry Passport

BlackBerry Passport

BlackBerry hopes its latest device can help it to soar again, but will the Passport’s odd design ground this flight of fancy before it’s even taken off?

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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

Here’s another hybrid phone-camera from Samsung, but is it answering a question nobody has asked? And is it ‘slim and chic’ as the manufacturer claims?

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Sony Xperia T3

Sony Xperia T3

There’s plenty of scope to offer something new in a mid-ranged phablet. The price is certainly right here, but can Sony’s latest effort deliver?

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Put simply, it’s the best Android tablet on the market. But there’s one big drawback – its problematic battery life. If you’re a heavy user, you may be better off buying something bigger

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Lenovo ThinkPad 8

Lenovo ThinkPad 8

Lack of demand has led Lenovo to withdraw a range of Windows and Android smaller-screened slates in North America as consumers prefer larger screens. So does the ThinkPad 8 stand much of a chance?

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Nokia Lumia 930

Nokia Lumia 930

It's the smartphone the Windows Phone range has been crying out for bringing the Lumia brand closer to the competition

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HTC One Mini 2

HTC One Mini 2

The HTC One (M8) knocked our socks off a few months ago, so can this compact version impress as much as its big brother did?

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