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Show 254 -
The Top 10 Expectations of Camera Phones
- Musings on smartphone size, past, present and future, plus a look at
the Turbocharger 8000
Show 252 -
Review of the ultra-premium Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Show 251 -
Review of the LG G4, a look at the new version of the BeachBuoy
- My May 2015 Top 5 Phones, plus 'Why Nexus?'
Show 249 -
News of the Huawei P8, a £100 challenge/comparison, and a look at two
Galaxy S6 cases
Show 248 -
Review of the HTC One M9, with traditional camera at last, plus news of
- Musings on smartwatches, a look at the Frankie II and Android 5.1
on.... the ancient Galaxy Nexus!
Show 246 -
Review of the 'Nexus 6 Lite', musings on the smartphone experience, and
a MWC catch-up!
Show 245 -
Review of the unique Yotafone 2 and the ultra-rare OnePlus One, plus
the Proporta 6-port Turbocharger
- Review of the HTC Desire EYE, with twin main cameras, plus news of
Show 243 -
Review of the 5"-screened budget Lumia 535, a look at CES news, Camera
FV-5 and the Proporta SafeKeep wallet
Show 242 -
Hands-on review of the Google/Motorola Nexus 6, a vision of the future?
- The last show of 2014: Review of the top-specced Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Show 240 - My Top
5 Phones for Christmas 2014, plus a look at the Proporta Stripe
Turbocharger 12000 and a review of the LG G Watch R