Motorola’s One Vision is the company’s take on a mid-range smartphone, running Android One and featuring a polished and premium design, 48-megapixel camera and 128GB of built-in storage.
The Pixel 3a is Google’s mid-range smartphone that comes in at a more affordable price point than the high-end Pixel 3. It features good performance, Android how Google thinks it should be done and, of course, the Pixel camera.
The Alcatel 3 is the company’s mid-tier offering for an affordable and budget-friendly smartphone. It features a fingerprint reader, rounded display and support for the latest version of Android – 9.0 Pie. All for the price of £150.
The Galaxy S10+ is Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2019. Sporting five cameras across the device, a 6.4” hole-punch display and an under-the-display fingerprint sensor, the Galaxy S10+ brings the latest and greatest technology to the market.
The Sony Xperia L3 is Sony’s budget mobile offering for 2019 which brings a friendly design and good performance for a budget market.
The Xperia XZ1 is Sony’s mid-tier smartphone from August 2017. It still carries Sony’s smartphone design that I saw back in 2014 but has support for HDR and all the latest and greatest.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is the latest and greatest from the company, featuring a large high-quality display and premium build quality.
The Huawei P10 is the latest iteration of Huawei’s flagship line of smartphones, last year I took a look at the P9 Plus, so let’s see what has changed.
This is the Huawei P9 Plus, the main thing that is going to pull you towards choosing this phone versus other smartphones is its dual camera system that sports the Leica badge.
The Vodafone Smart ultra 7 is Vodafone’s latest iteration of it’s Smart ultra lineup, bringing on some subtle changes changes and improvements from the last version which was reviewed by us last year.