Latterly, one of the key trends in the mobile phone market has been a profusion of different edition of hit handsets. For instance, take the massive-selling Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android phone.
It’s available in a standard version, with which you’ll no doubt be familiar. But on the way soon is a slimmed-down take on the phone dubbed the X10 Mini. And soon after that we’re getting another iteration that adds a handy physical QWERTY keyboard for nifty text entry.
The problem is that with all these variations floating around at the same time, it’s easy to get confused. And you could even end up signing up for a model that doesn’t suit your needs. Or worse still, overpaying for the handset that you decide on.
Luckily, that’s where our new family compare pages come in. Here you’ll find special designated pages for all the major phone ranges, wherein all the models in a series of mobiles can be found. And of course, we also provide a full array of contract options from a host of providers to help you locate the best deal possible.
Currently, there are pages for Sony Ericsson’s Cybershot, Walkman and Xperia lines as well as one-stop locations for XSeries, NSeries and ESeries lines from Nokia.
Naturally, that’s not all. After all, no family page worth its name would be complete without areas where you can compare phones in Curve, Storm and Bold ranges from BlackBerry and Apple’s all-conquering and soon-to-expand selection of iPhones.
Rounding things off are areas for Tocco and Genio handsets from Samsung and LG’s superlative Viewty cameraphones.
Check out our family pages here: Mobile Phone Family Pages