As one of Sony Ericsson's flagship products for 2011 and 2012, the Xperia Ray sets to fill a niche for those transiting from a feature phone to a smartphone. We managed to get our hands on a unit in Tokyo, so do check out our impressions after the jump.
Will the new wave of 3D-enabled smartphones offer users more? Let's find out from today's LG Optimus 3D launch.
With 3D technology becoming mainstream, HTC is the next in line to introduce a 3D smartphone. Dubbed as the HTC Evo 3D, we got some hands-on time with the Android 2.3 device that comes with two 5-megapixel cameras for 3D imaging and a glass-free 3D viewing experience.
The new Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro is more than just a petite phone. The Android 2.3 device comes with ample of features in a tiny body, including a slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard and a moderately snug 3.0-inch screen. Find out more after the jump.
Huawei's recent entry into the Android scene has caught a lot of attention, and their latest Android 2.3 device, the Huawei Vision, got some hands-on treatment from us in Beijing. Here's our first impressions of the Chinese company's flagship model for 2011.
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.