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7 things you need to know before you buy a mobile phone

7 things you need to know before you buy a mobile phone

Mobile phone security can be complicated - but Which? can help. Find out the common myths and misconceptions around security updates, as well as advice on how to choose a smartphone with the most security support.

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OnePlus 9 vs 9 Pro: four years of security support announced for flagships

OnePlus 9 vs 9 Pro: four years of security support announced for flagships

After OnePlus's announcement that it will support its flagship smartphones for four years after launch, it might be time to add the brand to your shortlist. Find out what features you get on the OnePlus 9, 9 Pro and Nord N10 5G, and how it compares to other brands on updates.

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5 things that caught our eye at Mobile World Congress

5 things that caught our eye at Mobile World Congress

Which? rounds up the five most exciting announcements at this year's Mobile World Congress. See the smartphones, processors, tablets and smart home gadgets that got us excited at MCW

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Almost half of mobile phone contracts could leave consumers with an insecure device

Almost half of mobile phone contracts could leave consumers with an insecure device

On average, 48% of contracts were on phones that we suspect could be out of support before the end of the contract period, and 13% could lose update support less than a year in.

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How Oppo’s Find X3 series of smartphones is gearing up to take on Apple and Samsung

How Oppo’s Find X3 series of smartphones is gearing up to take on Apple and Samsung

Oppo's three new smartphones in its Find X3 range are far from cheap, but they do offer a tempting new feature - three years of security support. See which of the three phones is best for you and how Oppo's software support compares to other phone brands.

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Why you shouldn’t buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ (and what to do if you own one)

Why you shouldn’t buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ (and what to do if you own one)

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are no longer supported with security patches, which are vital for keeping your phone safe from hackers. We explain what to do if you own an S8, and how our research can help you to choose a secure smartphone.

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10 smartphone tips every iPhone and Android owner needs to know

10 smartphone tips every iPhone and Android owner needs to know

Some of the most useful smartphone features are hidden away in your settings menu, which means you might not have tried them out yet. To help you get more from your mobile, we've rounded up 10 need-to-know tips.

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Fit for purpose?: The health apps that pose security risks

Fit for purpose?: The health apps that pose security risks

Every time you use a health app or service, you are sharing data. Some companies are hungrier for it, and less security conscious, than others.

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Ada, Babylon and WebMD: can you trust medical apps with your health?

Ada, Babylon and WebMD: can you trust medical apps with your health?

There are limitations to consider before relying on apps for medical advice, from important questions about where they fit in the wider healthcare landscape to how well they’re able to safeguard sensitive health data.

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Why you shouldn’t buy a refurbished iPhone 7, Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9

Why you shouldn’t buy a refurbished iPhone 7, Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9

You might have found a great deal on a refurbished Apple iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9, but Which? research shows you should think twice before buying. See how long popular refurbished phones will be supported for, and which ones are worth buying.

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