The business-centric E6 is Nokia's first touchscreen handset with a QWERTY keyboard and it runs on the latest Symbian Anna operating system. Is it a worthy successor to the popular E72? We take a closer look.
Looking for a powerful smartphone? Take a quick look at our compilation of dual-core smartphone related articles, from previews to full reviews. Hit the jump to get a quick overview of the scene and choices available in this hotly contested arena.
Although Singapore is a small island, we have problems getting to our destinations sometimes. Here's a list of five apps to be your eyes and ears as you roam the sunny island.
As dual-core smartphones become a common sight, it's even more important to put themselves in positive limelight with a good feature set. And that's what we'll be sharing in this review of the HTC Sensation, powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and HTC's revamped HTC Sense 3.0 user interface.
First seen at MWC 2011, the Samsung Galaxy S II sets itself apart from the rest with impressive specs like a 4.27-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and so forth. Will it be able to dethrone its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S? The answer lies within this review.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro is one of the few Android messenger phones in the market. It comes with Android version 2.2 and a full QWERTY keyboard. Check out our first impressions.
The HTC ChaCha comes with a dedicated Facebook button, a full QWERTY keyboard, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a optimized HTC Sense 2.1. Check in for our detailed review.
Does a thin and light smartphone make it any less powerful? The LG Optimus Black aims to debunk that myth, and we spent some time with the Optimus Black and determine if its future is as bright as its Nova display.
Making an appearance at CommunicAsia 2011, Nokia's X7 "Entertainment" smartphone has great styling, build quality and a beautiful 4-inch AMOLED display, but does the Anna update make its beauty more than skin deep? Read on to find out.
The Android 2.3 Huawei Ideos X3 is equipped with a 3.2-inch touchscreen and a 3.2-megapixel camera. It's also priced at a reasonable S$299. Let's find out how it fares.