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The Brew Mobile Platform makes its debut on HTC's entry-level device, the HTC Smart. Is it smart enough? We find out.
We got some hands-on time with the recently announced Nokia C3, C6 and E5 at Nokia's office. Also, a quick peek into the Microsoft Communicator Mobile, a collaboration between Nokia and Microsoft to unify communication channels in a corporate environment.
Incorporating its S-class user interface and all the features you expect on a smartphone, the new LG Mini GD880 exudes a fine balance of sophistication and power in a compact form factor.
With ample time to refine and enhance the user experience with its HTC Sense UI, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz powered HTC Desire, loaded with Google's latest Android 2.1, is a clear example of how smartphones of today are more than just a cellular device.
Presenting a unique proposition with its reverse flip QWERTY design, we explore the various potential of the new Motorola Backflip and its special form factor.
Following through with its "You don't need to get a phone, you need a phone that gets you" marketing, the HTC HD mini is aimed at consumers looking for a compact and feature-packed device. Here's our evaluation of this simple, yet feature-packed Windows Mobile smartphone.
Combining all the best elements of its GPS and cellular features from both Garmin and ASUS, the Garmin-Asus nuvifone M10 puts the navigation experience in a compact and practical device, powered by Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS.
Looking for a decent camera and video-recording mobile phone? The 8.1-megapixel Vivaz with continuous auto-focusing capabilities sets itself out to be a good choice, but is it one? Read on to find out.
First to debut from its Android series, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 isn't just a pretty device with an open-source OS. We take a more detailed look at its performance, usability and uniqueness of its Timescape interface in this review.
If it's more Android 2.1 devices you're looking for, here's a sneak peek at Samsung's first Android 2.1 device, the Samsung Galaxy S.