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Apple iPhone 3G S

I think we all remember the summer of 2007 when this beauty first sprang on to the market. The Apple iPhone 3G S was one of those phones that offered an 8GB or 16GB data space but although this was the first real smartphone it has really been overtaken by the multitude of replacement smartphones flooding the market, some of which are just as good and others are even better.

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2

Samsung has added to the range of phones in the Galaxy realm by adding an updated version of the ultra-successful Samsung Galaxy Ace. It is definitely a middle of the market phone with many great features but a few that I would certainly quibble about. The browser I found to be cumbersome and a little awkward and limited in capacity.


I liked the HTC One X as it has an incredibly thin chassis and a wonderful screen with a really neat high definition playback facility. The HTC One X simply looks so smart.

Sony Xperia S Smartphone

This one is one of the new kids on the block. Sony launched the XPERIA S with style and neat design in mind. It forms part of the Xperia NXT range and many would say this is by far and away the best in the series.

A Pantech Swift Quickie

Ever heard of Pantech cell phones? Probably not, right? They’re one of those unsung heroes of the mobile communications revolution because Pantech was one of the very first companies to put a handset in a consumer’s.

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