The tasco scope that you listed will be an exercise in frustration.
The Zoom isn't that great for a start -pretty good for moon spotting, but for planets you'll have to go some.
And the tripod arrangement will be difficult if not impossible to use for a beginner, sort of fine for looking at the moon, but a real pain in the arse for trying to align with any star.
The celestron one that you said has an equatorial mount, - very good for tracking objects in the sky once things are arranged and aligned.
but again very difficult for a beginner to understand how to set it up. difficult to align, sure, once you have it aligned then you can dial in degrees to go to stars (referenced in a star map)
When I lived in oxford my house mate had a celestron scope with one of these tripods Celestron NexStar 4 SE Computerised Telescope: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
They are pretty cool, you align them to *any* three bright stars in the sky, then you tell it to automatically go to and track an object. (but there was noticeable "jitter" as the stepper motors inside the mount moved. -this results in photo blur (your exposure time for a photo is quite unlike anything normal!)
you can put a phone just up to the view finder and get some good enough photos, but getting the proper camera mounts is often easier, or at least leads to better quality pictures.
(he took some pictures of Saturn where you can make out rings, and of Jupiter where you can see the spot -which is kind of cool when you're in your garden).
Basically, what are your requirements? -do you want to moon spot/create mood maps/pictures, or actually see stars?
and how much time do you have to spend on this hobby?
You live in a city don't you? so getting out of the city is near essential for getting to see any stars in any real detail (the telescope will also magnify light pollution).
I'd suggest getting a copy of "the sky at night" magazine. -there is a lot of information in there.
(the guy who I used to live with has actually just moved back in with us, so I'll ask him a few questions and see if he can suggest any starter pointers also.)