Brand new products are constantly flying in and out of the Which? test lab, as we continue our mission to uncover affordable picks worthy of Best Buy status.
As part of our recent round of tests, we've reviewed a selection of mobile phones, dash cams, tablets and printers. The full list includes a sub-£200 smartphone and a 720p dash cam that'll only set you back £40.
But always make sure you read our reviews before buying – you'll be able to find out which products score highly in our independent lab tests and know whether they're worth your money, or not.
Keep scrolling for a closer look at some of our recently-reviewed products.
This month, we’ve been hands-on with the (£420) – the first mid-range iPhone released since 2020. It’s been given Apple’s latest A15 bionic chipset and, compared to its predecessor, a bigger battery at 2,018mAh. But the 4.7-inch screen is small compared to some of the giant handsets released in the last few years.
Samsung’s highly anticipated (£769) has landed. Its 6.1-inch OLED screen has a high resolution, and there’s a 50Mp wide lens, a 10Mp telephoto lens and a 12Mp ultra-wide lens on the back. The phone’s specifications aren’t too different from the previous Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, but we were excited to find out what impact they would have.
Our list of recently-tested mobile phones also includes:
Amy Axworthy, Which? mobile phones expert
‘The mobile phone market is bustling in 2022 with quicker charging capabilities and refined camera software for professional-looking pictures and videos. But innovation has not been reserved for the most expensive mobile phones. Mid-range and budget phones are now getting quick processors, better cameras, and responsive screens with high refresh rates. Plus you now have a choice of phones with a 5G connection for under £200.’
When shopping for a dash cam to keep a watchful eye on the road ahead, you want a model that captures clear pictures and videos. To see which models are worth your money, we’ve put several new releases through our rigorous tests. The worst dash cam we tried was so poor, we had no hesitation in labelling it a Don’t Buy.
The pricey (£250) has now returned from our test lab. It’s a compact, forward-facing dash cam that records in 4K. There’s built-in wi-fi, which means you can review, edit and download footage through the accompanying Road Angel Halo smartphone app.
Our list of recently-tested dash cams also includes:
Will Stapley, Which? cars editor
'If you’re on a tight budget, avoid expensive dash cams with both front and rear cameras. Some dash cams let you add a rear camera module (such as the , £69) at a later date – just be sure to check it’s compatible with your dash cam before purchasing. And don’t get let down by a dash cam that underperforms at night – we lab-test all dash cams both during the daytime and at night, so you can be sure of getting one you can rely on.'
Our much-anticipated review for the (£569) has arrived, which means we can finally see how it shapes up compared to the pricier iPad Pro. This model has a 10.9-inch screen and is available with 64GB or 256GB of internal storage – we tested the cheaper, entry-level model.
Taking aim at Apple’s new iPad Air is the (£495). It has a bigger screen at 12.3 inches, plus it comes bundled with a stylus that you can use to take notes and sketch with. We tested the 64GB model, but if you think you’ll need more space for apps, pictures and videos, you can go with the 128GB version.
Our list of recently-tested tablets also includes:
'Think tablet computer and you probably picture an iPad – which is why these are still the most popular models on sale today. However, if you shop wisely, you can pick up a really good model for hundreds of pounds less than you'll fork out on an iPad. The trick is to use our expert reviews to find out which models score highly in our tests and won't break your budget.'
Lisa Barber, Which? Computing editor
This month, a selection of budget-priced and premium printers from Epson have made their way back from our test lab.
The cheapest printer we tested this month is the (£65). This model is an all-in-one colour inkjet printer, scanner and copier. It has built-in wi-fi and is best-suited to printing simple office documents. But if you’re thinking of adding this printer to your home office setup, check in with our expert review before you buy.
Our list of recently-tested printers also includes:
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