Generally praised for its low-light performance and selfie-friendly 5MP front camera, the Nokia Lumia 735 is currently available for £149.99 at Three, with a £10 top-up taking you to £159.99. The off-contract price at Amazon, for comparison, is £196.70.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge isn’t quite available to pre-order in the UK just yet, but evidence suggests (most recently a leaked internal Carphone Warehouse communication) that it’ll go on sale on November 28. Yep, that’s Friday next week.
It’s a strange beast, no doubt, but Samsung is looking to allay fears that this is strictly a niche device for freaky-phone lovers with more money than sense. Here we present four things you probably didn’t know about the Galaxy Note Edge.
Over on Virgin Media, you can grab the wallet-friendly LG L90 for £109.99 – that’s including £10 of Virgin Mobile PAYG credit.
Cast your minds back to last week, and you might recall Jolla was promising “something BIG” for this morning, something that – quite logically, with hindsight – has emerged as a tablet.
More specifically, it’s an IndieGoGo campaign for the world’s first crowdsourced tablet, and the first running Sailfish 2.0. Impressively, at the time of writing, they’ve just about reached the $380,000 target. EDIT: Target hit!
Samsung recently endured its worst quarter in years, and as such the South Koreans are desperately trying to plug the various holes threatening to sink the smartphone Titanic.
In what definitely sounds like a sensible plan to us, Samsung reveals it’ll cut back on the number of Galaxy smartphone models by up to 30% next year.
It may have been succeeded by the Sony Xperia Z3, but the Xperia Z2 is a mere seven months old, and still features face-slapping specs. Here, mobilephonesdirect.co.uk will hook you up with an Xperia Z2, SIM free, for £299.99.
Smartphones aren’t just great for lying on the couch playing Angry Birds while eating cake and Toblerone (guilty); they’re also great fitness trackers and motivational tools.
Here we’re looking at five of the best fitness apps for your iPhone and/or iPad and/or Android device, covering everything from walking to running to pumping iron to having a baby.
The sub-£150 smartphone market is really heating up, and here the LG G2 mini – effectively LG’s alternative to the Moto G – is going for £139.98 SIM free at Ebuyer.
We’re partly relaying this news since it’s genuinely quite interesting, but partly on account of the ridiculousness of discussing a phone that’s in all likelihood some 10 months away from release. Yep, it’s the iPhone 7! Or perhaps that should be iPhone 6S, hmm.
In any case, the story goes that the next iPhone will mark a massive leap in Apple smartphone camera tech – the biggest leap ever.
Back in stock, this is the second-gen Motorola Moto G, aka The One With the Five-inch Display, and it’s yours for £139.95 from Amazon, SIM free.
It's as if the past 12 months never happened. Nokia is back – and we mean the “old” Nokia, the real Nokia – with the N1 tablet, a brand new piece of mobile hardware running Android 5.0 Lollipop.
It bears more than a passing resemblance to the iPad mini 3, but also boasts a decent spec that matches and in some cases even beats Apple's benchmark slab.
The Sony Xperia Z3 has only just been released, but in typical Sony Mobile fashion (for now, anyway), we’re expecting a successor within the next six months
Here, a press release from Sony Global appears to the indicate that the Sony Xperia Z4 might be released in April 2015.
Using code ANDTAB20, you can knock £20 off the price of the Google Nexus 9 at Currys, so that’s £289.99 for the 16GB model in black or white. The price on Google Play, for reference, remains £309.
I’ve been meaning to catch up with Season 18 of South Park for several weeks, and the legitimate way to do that – for those in the US, at least – is to hit up South Park Studios.
Here we’re relaying some outrageously simple instructions (seriously, it’s essentially a one-line answer) for accessing the US branch of South Park Studios on your UK Android smartphone or tablet.
If you’d rather not commit to a contract or SIM only option, check out this Three PAYG SIM. The All in One £15 deal gets you 3,000 texts, 300 minutes, and all-you-can-eat data.