Mobile phone reviews
Motorola Razr I
Isriel from Sydney popped his Samsung Galaxy SIII in his desk drawer for two weeks so he could put the Motorola Razr I through its paces for us.
Here's a sample of what Isriel's got to say about the Motorola Razr I:
"The Motorola Razr I is a sleek phone that feels great in the hand – it has a good weight and feels fairly robust... There are a lot of things to love about the Motorola Razr I, and some things to loathe as well."
Check out the full Motorola Razr I review
Samsung Galaxy S4
Samantha, a high school student from Queensland, put her Nokia Lumia 610 aside to review the Samsung Galaxy S4 for us.
If you're snap-happy and love taking photos of anything and everything, you'll love Samantha's review. It covers the different Galaxy S4 camera modes, including Sound and Shot Photos, which records a soundtrack to your photos. Awesome!
Check out Samantha's Samsung Galaxy S4 review
Sony Xperia TX
Jess, a uni student from Melbourne, had been using her LG KP500 for five years when we asked her to review the Sony Xperia TX for us.
Here's a sample of what Jess had to say about the Xperia TX:
"In changing handsets I basically went from stone age to space age in an instant. Unsurprisingly there was a steep learning curve as I learned to navigate this sleek new piece of technology...
"I was impressed with the performance of the Xperia TX. The apps that I used loaded quickly and switching between different features was a breeze with the navigation menu, which is always accessible by a button at the bottom of the screen."
Check out Jess' Sony Xperia TX review