OnePlus 3T Review

OnePlus have been making a name for themselves over the last few years but this is the first mobile from them I’ve actually had in my hands.  The OnePlus 3T is a lovely looking mobile, it has a premium look and feel to it with a nice... Read more

Alcatel Go Play 4G Mobile Review

The Alcatel Go Play is a budget friendly ruggedized smartphone aimed at those with an active lifestyle, or those who are just very clumsy. The Go Play is IP67 rated, so is dirt, dust and water resistant (it should survive 30 minutes under up... Read more

UMI Rome Smartphone Review

The UMI Rome is the latest offering from a little known brand that’s getting better and better with each mobile. It’s a very reasonably prices mobile that packs a lot in for the price, in the review video you’ll see the... Read more

Sony Xperia C4 Review

The Sony Xperia C4 is a mid range mobile that share the same look and feel as the top end Sony handsets, but has a plastic back rather than the premium backs found on top end devices. The Xperia C4 gets a 5.5″ screen which does a good... Read more

Huawei Ascend Y550 Review

The Huawei Ascend Y550 is a cracking little budget handset. It offers decent specs for the low price, you get 4G, a 4.5″ screen, 1.2GHz quad core processor, a 5MP rear camera and 2MP front camera. Huawei have chosen to put their own skin... Read more

Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 Review

The Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 is a surprisingly good mobile considering the really low price tag. You’ll see in the below review video the Smart Ultra 6 comes with a 5.5″ screen that has a large bezel. Keys are at the bottom and they... Read more

HTC One Mini 2 Review

The HTC Mini 2 has a beautiful overall, looking like a shrunken down HTC One M9. The size fits well in the hand and you get a really nice but compact mobile, perfectly formed for anyone not wanting a big phone. As well as a memory card slot... Read more

HTC One M9 Review

The HTC One M9 is a really lovely mobile, very premium in design and style. It’s really nice in the hand, not too wide and doesn’t feel like a massive unwieldy mobile. The metal back stands out against a sea of plastic mobiles... Read more

HTC Desire 320 Review

The HTC Desire 320 is HTC’s budget entry into the market. They’ve kitted the Desire 320 out with a 4.5″ screen which, while fine, is starting to feel rather small when you consider other budget handsets have 5″ screens... Read more

Sony Xperia E4 Review

The Sony Xperia E4 represents a huge advancement over the earlier Xperia E1, packing in a bigger 5″ screen and quad core processor it looks and performs more like a mid range handset but for a lot less money. The 5″ screen looks... Read more

Honor Holly Review

The Honor Holly aims to deliver a premium mobile experience without the premium price tag. Behind the generous 5″ screen sits 16GB of storage and a quad core 1.3 GHz processor, all powered by a 2000 mAH battery. If you’ve used... Read more

Nokia Lumia 630 Review

The Nokia Lumia 630 is a Windows Phone toting budget mobile for those who aren’t fussed about premium design but who’d still like a little pocket powerhouse when out and about. Despite it’s low cost you get a really nice 4.5 inch... Read more

Nokia Lumia 530 Review

The Nokia Lumia 530 aims to bring the WIndows Phone experience to the budget market. Available in a range of colours, including day glow green and orange, the back case is removable giving access to the SIM card and micro SD slots.  Removing... Read more

HTC Desire 816 Review

The HTC Desire 816 is a big phone, at 5.5in it falls into the ‘phablet’ category of devices that’ll either need two hands to operate or one really big hand! The screen is good, the large size is especially useful when playing... Read more

Sony Xperia E1 Review

The Sony Xperia E1 is the follow up to the Sony Xperia E, a great little budget phone that had a nice design but whose screen feels a little small by todays standard.  The Xperia E1 has expanded the screen and changed the design to give it the... Read more