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Yesterday Apple fired out invites for next week’s not-so mystery announcement. It’s fairly evident that the company will launch the oft-rumoured iPad mini, but if you’re worried that it might be a bit out of your Christmas price range, there’s good news afoot: an even cheaper version of the Google Nexus 7 could be just around the corner. Read more

Odd one, this. Samsung seems to be taking aim at Apple’s new iPod touch, but it’s doing so with a phone, rather than a standalone MP4 player. Can a Galaxy-branded music phone be the new Walkman? Read more

Nokia’s low end Lumia 610 has been the subject of some controversy recently, as it was revealed that its lowly processor couldn’t run a bunch of top flight apps. Still, that needn’t be an issue that concerns many would-be Windows Phone owners: its bigger brother, the Nokia Lumia 710 has just had its price ripped down into bargain territory. Read more

Oh dear. We already knew that there were a few drawbacks to Windows Phone Tango and the lesser-specced phones that were designed to run on it, but things have just got a bit worse. Got a Nokia Lumia 610? We’ve got some disappointing news… Read more

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Oh hello. The HTC Desire C broke cover unofficially only yesterday, but today we’ve had official confirmation that it’s coming from HTC, and will be available on Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin Media, Three, O2 and Tesco Mobile as of early June. It’s pitched as a budget Android 4.0 handset, but, well… Is it too expensive to sit in that gap? Read more

Finally. We’ve been banging on about the lack of truly cheap Android 4.0 handsets for a while now, but it looks like HTC is set to do something about it with this: the HTC Desire C. What’s under the bonnet, and has HTC struck the right blend of hardware for price? Read on for the details.

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Just the other week we reported that HTC is looking to get back into the Facebook phone game. It might be a good idea to hurry up, if so, as RIM looks set to hoover up da yoof market with a new socially-connected phone of its own. This is the BlackBerry Curve 9320; is it cheap and cheerful enough to turn things around for RIM? Read more

This is brave. While every tech journalist’s fingers are currently conditioned to naturally type the words ‘Samsung Galaxy S3’ upon first touching a keyboard, LG’s gone and announced the availability of the LG Optimus L7 in the UK. Can it steal your attention away from Samsung? Read on to find out… Read more

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