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OnePlus 7 Pro 128GB
Android 10, 48 MP, 1440x3120 Pix, 128 GB
39 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus SM-G975F 8GB 128GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 16 MP, 1440x3040 Pix, 128 GB
69 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S8 G950F 64GB
LTE, Android 9.0 (Pie), 12 MP, 1440x2960 Pix
97 Reviews
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Huawei P30 Pro 256GB
2G, 3G, 4G (LTE), EMUI 9.1 based on Android 9.0 Pie, 40 MP, 2340x1080 Pix
60 Reviews
iPhone XR 128GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 828x1792 Pix, 128 GB
48 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S9 SM-G960F 64GB
LTE, Android 9.0 (Pie), 12 MP, 1440x2960 Pix
89 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus SM-G965F 64GB
LTE, Android 9.0 (Pie), 12 MP, 1440x2960 Pix
76 Reviews
iPhone XS Max 256GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1242x2688 Pix, 256 GB
39 Reviews
Nokia 7.2
Android 9.0 (Pie), 48 MP, 1080x2280 Pix, 128 GB
13 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935F 32GB
LTE, Android 7.0 (Nougat), 12 MP, 1440x2560 Pix
101 Reviews
iPhone XS 256GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1125x2436 Pix, 256 GB
42 Reviews
49 Reviews
iPhone 6s Plus 16GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1080x1920 Pix
87 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy A50 6GB 128GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 24 MP, 1080x2340 Pix, 128 GB
41 Reviews
OnePlus 7 8GB 256GB
Android 10, 48 MP, 1080x2340 Pix, 256 GB
28 Reviews
iPhone 11 64GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 828x1792 Pix, 64 GB
25 Reviews
Xiaomi Pocophone F1 64GB
2G, 3G, 4G (LTE), Android 9.0 (Pie), 12 + 5 MP, 1080x2246 Pix
19 Reviews
Huawei P30 Pro 512GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 512 GB, 8 GB, Colour
58 Reviews
HTC U Play 32GB
LTE, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), 16 MP, 1080x1920 Pix
29 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy A50 4GB 64GB
2G, 3G, 4G (LTE), One UI (Android 9.0 Pie), 25 + 5 + 8 MP, 1080×2340 Pix
40 Reviews
Huawei P30 Lite 6GB 128GB
2G, 3G, 4G (LTE), EMUI 9.0.1 (Android 9.0 Pie), 24 + 8 + 2 MP, 2312x1080 Pix
27 Reviews
Nokia 2.2 32GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 32 GB, 3 GB
iPhone 5C 16GB
4G, Apple iOS 10, 8 MP, 640x1136 Pix
97 Reviews
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1080x1920 Pix
81 Reviews
Oppo AX7
Android 8.1 (Oreo), 13 MP, 720x1520 Pix, 64 GB
5 Reviews
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G LTE 512GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 16 MP, 1440x3040 Pix, 512 GB
22 Reviews
iPhone 5S 16GB
4G, Apple iOS 11, 8 MP, 640x1136 Pix
122 Reviews
iPhone 7 Plus 256GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1080x1920 Pix
81 Reviews
iPhone SE 64GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 640x1136 Pix
82 Reviews
Google Pixel XL 128GB
LTE, Android 10, 12.30 MP, 1440x2560 Pix
57 Reviews
iPhone XR 256GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 828x1792 Pix, 256 GB
48 Reviews
LG G6 Dual H870 64GB
LTE, Android 9.0 (Pie), 13 MP, 1440x2880 Pix
79 Reviews
iPhone 11 Pro Max 512GB
Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1242x2688 Pix, 512 GB
17 Reviews
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium H8166 64GB
Android 9.0 (Pie), 19 MP, 3840x2160 Pix, 64 GB
14 Reviews
iPhone 8 Plus 64GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 1080x1920 Pix
79 Reviews
iPhone 5S 32GB
4G, Apple iOS 11, 8 MP, 640x1136 Pix
122 Reviews
iPhone 6s 64GB
LTE, Apple iOS 13, 12 MP, 750x1334 Pix
92 Reviews
Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact H8324 64GB
LTE, Android 9.0 (Pie), 19 MP, 1080x2160 Pix
27 Reviews
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Mobile Phones Buying Guide

This buying guide could be a million words long, such is the choice of phones now available to you. However, here's a real "tip of the iceberg" guide to help you navigate your way through the crowded field of mobile phones. 

Operating Systems

One of the first things to consider is the best operating system for your needs. iOS is the operating system solely used for Apple iPhones, and it's famous for making the devices so easy to use. On the other hand, Android phones have a variety of operating systems depending on what you buy, but their big advantage is the high level of customisation, so you can personalise your phone to your liking.

Screen size

The size of the screen will play a factor in your decision, depending on what you want the phone to do. If you want to use your phone as a viewing device for movies, or TV, or even gaming, then a bigger screen, well within the six-inch range is where to look. iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and later Samsung Galaxy models are a case in point. Mid-sized screens are the most common, as most users can operate them with one hand and they fit comfortably in most pockets. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 and 8 are some of the most popular medium-sized phone screens. However, if you want to simply make calls or send texts, why fork out for bigger screens when a small screen will do just fine? There are many smaller options out there, at smaller prices too.

You must consider the camera

For most purchasers, their phone doubles as their camera. This makes the camera setup a vital factor in your purchasing decision. If picture quality is hugely important to you, then look at things like megapixels; the more there are, the sharper the image. This is true of rear cameras, and the "selfie" cameras on the front. If you like taking landscape photos, look for cameras with ultra-wide lenses. Other features to check out include stabilisation or low light functions. If, however, you're not overly concerned with picture quality, you can get decent cameras on budget phones without having to pay for extra technology you won't really use. 


If you want to keep all your music, photos, videos, and apps, then storage should be one of the first things to check. While a phone with 16GB of storage might look appealing, you should ask how much of that storage is already taken up by the operating system and pre-installed apps. If you want to put in all your favourite apps, then check the phone you have in mind can store them all, or if you can add external storage at a later date.

A processor with prowess

The better the processor, the better the performance. Again, if you just want to make calls and send texts, then a basic processor will suit you fine; this will be reflected in the lower price. However, if gaming, photography, and watching video are high on your agenda, you should pay more to get a high-performing processor. For example, the iPhone X uses Apple’s latest processor, the A12 Bionic, one of the fastest mobile chips available. When you're shopping around, always check the processor and see what it is capable of - it will make a huge difference.