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The Samsung Galaxy S5 mini is compact and, stylish with a wide and vivid display. It comes with an 8 megapixel camera, extended battery life mode, as well as being dust and water resistant.
At first glance you’ll love the HTC Desire 610 with its bold design, sleek lines and a glossy finish. Turn on the phone and you’ll get to experience spectacular sound thanks to the dual front-facing speakers. Combine this with the large 4.7” screen and you’ll get an outstanding entertainment experience.
The HTC One mini 2 features a sleek metal body, tapered edges and smooth corners combined with a large 4.5” HD screen. It’s been precision-designed to fit perfectly in your hand and your life.
The Acer Liquid E3 is a value smartphone with specifications and features that rival flagship smartphones from other manufacturers. The 13MP camera takes good quality photos even in low light conditions, and the front-facing flash opens up new possibilities for taking selfies.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is a packed full of features and has an intuitive user experience, a great all-rounder, whatever you want to use it for. From 4G connectivity, to the 4-inch screen, and the 5-megapixel camera with built-in flash you can be sure performance and pictures are as ace as the phone itself.
The Galaxy S5 is poised and ready to hit our shelves - and there's plenty for Samsung fans to get excited about. Take a look at what's new.
The HTC One (M8) has been precision crafted with a curved, aluminium body, a 5” full HD screen and two front facing speakers for amazing sound.
20.7 megapixel camera with 4K video recording. Super crisp and super sharp images & 4 times the quality of HD videos, on the Sony Xperia Z2.
The best of Sony in a compact smartphone. Capture stunning photos and videos on the Xperia Z1 Compact.
The always-on home screen, with HTC BlinkFeed, updates automatically to give you over 10,000 news feeds a day. And the camera features a multi-shot burst mode so you can capture every second your favourite moments.
The Sony Xperia™ Z Ultra is Sony’s largest screen smartphone device. It offers big screen entertainment in a super slim handset. It measures just 6.5mm thin, weighs just 212g and is waterproof & dust resistant making it extremely portable and durable. The super fast processor and Ultrafast capabilities make this a great device for entertainment on the move.
The mobile landscape is ever changing, and it’s getting more exciting every year. Want to know what’s next in the world of smartphones and tablets? Check out our infographic for a sneak peek at the future of mobile technology.
With the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s now on the market, we have taken a look here at Three at how the UK uses its iPhones
Read about the most spoken feature of the iPhone 5s, find out what happened on social media and the buzz generated after the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c were launched.
Online speculation over the name and nature of the new iPhone really got going in January, we’ve looked at what has been said to date.
As mobile games continue to gain in popularity, we sat down with four industry experts to get the inside scoop of the boom in mobile games thanks to the rise of the iPhone, smartphone, tablet and phablet. Discover here what they have told us.
The world of mobile phones has changed. Big is beautiful again, and Sony, Samsung, LG, and HTC have all launched so-called ‘phablets’ – smartphones that are so big they look more like little tablets.
These days, trekking without the right apps is like going to Paris without seeing the Louvre. So if you’ve got itchy feet and an iPhone, here are five apps you won’t want to miss.
Here we look at some of the ways in mobiles have changed our lives, and why we’d be (literally) lost without them.
So, what can we expect from iOS 7, and will it affect how we use our devices? We’ve mulled over the big talking points so you don’t have to.
With Pay As You Go on Three, you only pay for what you use. There’s no commitment, and when you run out of credit you’ll still be able to receive calls.
Take incredible images and make them more incredible with Nokia’s camera apps,Super-sensitive touchscreen can be used even with long nails or gloves.
With a 4.3” qHD Super AMOLED display, the Galaxy S4 Mini offers stunning images and content. At just 107g, the lightweight and compact design enables you to carry and use the device easily with one hand. Find out more.
It’s the one item we all use more than anything else, but what does your smartphone make other people think about you? We decided to find out, and the results were quite surprising.
The HTC One simplifies and innovates with forward-thinking technology - all in a slim and robust, Full HD smartphone. Discover over 300 remarkable new features, including a first-of-its-kind living photo gallery and dual frontal stereo speakers.
The Xperia Z is packed with a raft of features - but what really makes it stand out from the crowd? We loaned it to a baby to find out.
Hopefully it won't happen to you, but would you know where to start if you were separated from your phone? Here's what to do if you lose your mobile or you become a victim of theft.
The Xperia™ Z is a precision engineered full HD smartphone with a 5” full HD display, and long battery life. Plus it’s water resistant so you can text in the rain.
If you’ve recently upgraded your phone to an iPhone 5, or if you’re thinking about upgrading, Three makes it really simple to get a nano-SIM. Here's what you need to know - and how to get one.
Despite the popularity of Apple and Android phones, the number of BlackBerry® owners is continuing to grow. Luckily the features that the BlackBerry® operating system offers is expanding too.
With the same design heritage as the Samsung Galaxy S III, the stylish and compact Galaxy Fame has a 3.5inch display, 5 megapixel camera, 3GB of internal storage and a fast 1.0 GHz processor for seamless browsing, gaming and downloading.
So you’ve got your brilliant shiny new toy but you’re unsure about where to go for support? Don’t worry: Three is here to help you with the most common issues. We show you how to find help for your phone, dongle, MiFi or tablet.
So you’ve been holding out for the next smartphone and now you’re ready to move up in the mobile world. Whether you want to go online or get some help instore, Discover offers some advice on the different ways to get yourself a new phone that’s right for you.
Festival season is underway – and we all know you’d be lost without your phone to stay in touch and stay on the ball. Follow these tips to keep your phone safe, topped up and at the top of its game.
Shame portraits, shameful music selections, pictures of ex-lovers; there are a variety of reasons why you could be one of a growing number of mobile hoarders.
What's so different about the latest update to Google’s Android operating system? Discover looks into Jelly Bean and tells you which phones are currently able to run it.
Acoustic guitarist Newton Faulkner is back in the music charts with a UK #1 album, Write It On Your Skin. The Brit-nominated singer tells Discover all about his phone habits and why he’s so mean on Twitter…
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Our research showed that it wasn't always easy to set up BlackBerry Messenger - a free way to talk to friends with BlackBerrys. So here's Emily to tell you more about how to set up BBM on your phone.
If you love your Gmail, YouTube, Maps, Search and Calendar, you might be surprised to know that all these Google inventions are built into Android phones as standard. Read more about the benefits of Android here.
We're on the case. Measuring our data usage for a fortnight to bring you real life facts and figures from the front line. How much data does it take to get twenty emails? Drive to Oxford? Stalk your friends on Facebook?
We've all heard of 12, 18 and 24 month contracts. But what about a contract that lasts for a month? In this article we take a look at what it is and why you might want to get one.
Compare our smartphone plans and see which package suits you best, we’ve got something for everyone. From all-you-can-eat data options to 250MB plans, they all guarantee no surprise data bills. With built-in usage alerts, you can never spend more than you planned on data.
If you're not sure what you get for 250MB each month, we've got a breakdown right here. With just over 8MB of data a day, read what an Essential Internet plan would let you do. We also take you through how we worked it out. So if you're curious, have a read!
Mystic powers come in handy. Pin the tail on the donkey, buying lottery tickets, talking to dogs... But for those of us that don't have them, how do you know how many minutes, texts and megathingys you've got left in your monthly allowance?
Thinking about switching to Three? Put off by the hassle of moving networks? No need to stress: follow our easy checklist and you'll see that switching to a new network's easier than you might have thought.
Training regime losing steam? Get inspired by Olympians Steve Backley and Roger Black. With fitness challenges ranging from the plank to a suprisingly testing 'standing sit', you can also pit yourself against others by filming your achievements on your phone.
It's fun, free and easy to chat to friends all around the world using Skype. Make voice or video calls and send instant messages whenever you like. If you haven't heard of Skype, find out all about how it works here - and read our top ten tips for getting even more out of it.
Pickpockets. Unfamiliar places. Poolside cocktails. Holidays are full of hazards for your mobile device. So before you go, read our tips to keep your phone safe on your travels - and make sure you know what to do if the worst happens.
NFC. Not, as you might think, a football club, but a pretty handy new feature that's on more and more smartphones. Imagine never needing a wallet again. No coins, no notes, no cards... With NFC, you could pay for anything using your phone.
Quite rapid? Quacks rock? Find out what QR really means and what those little black and white boxes can do for you. Get your eye in and you'll see them everywhere, from posters to bus shelters - and even in shops.
Viruses and malware sound frightening enough - and that's before you've got to trojans and worms. The world of security is a scary place if you don't know how real the threats are. We take a look at apps and how you can keep your phone safe from the dodgy ones.
We get quite a few questions about all-you-can-eat data here at Three HQ. Is it really unlimited? Is there a fair use policy? What's it got to do with eating? We asked Emily from Support to put the record straight.
Plop. That was your phone. In the toilet. It happens to the best of us. But if it happens to you, what should you do? Here's some helpful advice to save your phone from a watery grave.
It’s bitterly cold and your phone starts ringing. The call might be urgent; you’ve got to take it – but you’ve got your gloves on and you know your fingers are going to be freezing in the cold air… So what's the solution?
It can be tempting to use your phone when you're driving. But it's not just dangerous, it can also land you in hot water with the police - with a fine or even worse. Take our advice for some safer ways to use your phone in the car.
Whether you’ve got one of the latest smartphones, like a Samsung Galaxy S5, or an older one, we've gathered some of our favourite smartphone-related life hacks (as well as some new S5-specific ones), so you can make your phone work for you.