1. Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    The Galaxy Note range is back, and while the Note 4 isn't bigger than its predecessor, the emphasis is certainly on better. We get hands on to get our first impressions.

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  2. Sony Xperia Z3

    Sony Xperia Z3

    Five months after the Xperia Z2, Sony has a brand new flagship smartphone. We get hands on with the high-res audio, 5.2in Sony Xperia Z3.

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  3. LG G3

    LG G3

    Everything we loved about its predecessor, and then some. LG has done it again

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  4. LG G3

    LG G3

    Will the LG G3 help LG makes it way to the top of the smartphone pile? We went hands on to get our first impressions.

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  5. LG G2

    LG G2

    A good all-rounder that still gives newer rivals a run for their money

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    Available from £297.97
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  7. Sony Xperia Z Ultra

    Sony Xperia Z Ultra

    Even if the size appeals, the Z's poor camera and video performance let it down

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  8. Oppo N1 (16GB)

    Oppo N1 (16GB)

    Quirky, flexible and excellent where it matters – best phablet you’ve never heard of

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  9. HTC One (M8)

    HTC One (M8)

    As gorgeous on the inside as it is on the out, the One M8 doesn’t put a foot wrong, which makes it a very desirable handset indeed

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  10. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    The Note is the original phablet and, despite some promising competition, in this iteration it’s still the best

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  11. Samsung Galaxy S5

    Samsung Galaxy S5

    The S5 is fast, powerful and the slickest Galaxy phone yet: but it’s not the best for audio or video and doesn’t quite have that wow factor

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