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Before we kick start the slew of news from this year's Mobile World Congress, we paid a visit to the Showstoppers event, with a host of discoveries from innovative mobile vendors. From what we experienced in this pre-show event at Barcelona, it's far from 'the calm before the storm' analogy.
Sony Ericsson's second Symbian S60 5th Edition touchscreen phone, the Vivaz, is almost here. With several features rolled into this sleek looking device, including 720p HD video recording with continuous auto-focus and more, will this silence the critics? We give you a quick preview to see if it's worth waiting for.
The iPhone rival, the superphone, call it what you may, the Google Nexus One is most importantly the company's first true step into the mobile phone industry. Will this Android 2.1 device be a game changer and how does Google keep the competition at bay? We reveal all, right after the jump.
Departing from its usual QWERTY-based devices, Research in Motion launches its second touchscreen BlackBerry device, the BlackBerry Storm2. With its predecessor being marked down significantly, we put the new Storm2 under close observation and present our findings in this review.
The Google and LG partnership, embodied by the LG GW620, has much potential in the social networking market.
2010 could be the year for Motorola, and the Motorola DEXT is the first of many Android devices coming our way. How will the little green droid revive the company and put it back into the game? We answer that, in this full review of the Motorola DEXT and its accompanying MOTOBLUR service.
The Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 represents the Korean chaebol's aim to incorporate both work and play into a powerful device. Our experience with it says otherwise.
Can the newly released INQ Chat 3G withstand the needs of a social media junkie? We find out.
A successor in every right, the HTC Touch2 is built with the latest TouchFlo interface and powered by the all-new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.
The Nokia X6 isn't the first X-series device to hit the stores, but it'll definitely be known as Nokia's first device with a capacitive touch screen. How does the new music-centric X-series perform in a sea of convergent devices? Lend us your ears, as we share the story of the new Nokia X6.