5 of the best budget smartphones
Samsung Galaxy Mini
A Galaxy S2 would be nice, wouldn't it? But its price is hardly pocket-friendly. How about an affordable option from the Galaxy stable that's good looking, throws up Swype, microSD expansion of up to 32GB and Samsung's own Touchwiz UI? Unlike the HTC Wildfire S and and Monte Carlo, it's not quite up to date in the Android department, packing 2.2, and it's low resolution 3.1in screen may irritate the eyes, but being such an affordable entry into the world of Android, this pint-sized mobile is a great way to get your foot on the smartphone ladder.