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Taking its first step to fully utilize the mobile ecosystem, the Samsung Wave and its accompanying bada OS is the company's answer to the rise of Google's Android and Apple's iOS. Here's our findings on the potential from this new kid on the block.
Maybe stocks have run out, or perhaps you just aren't willing to spend the cash on something that should have been part of the package, but hey, here's our starter guide to help make your own iPhone 4 stand and saving you some money.
As LG's second Android offering, the LG Optimus GT540 sees itself as a device suitable for the masses with the right amount of smartphone features at an affordable price range. But is it really enough?
The iPhone 4 finally makes its way to our labs, and we put Apple's latest smartphone through the paces. Sporting many new features including what Apple calls its Retina Display, FaceTime and a new design, the iPhone 4 looks appealing, but will its widely reported antenna issue be a deal breaker?
Announced at this year's Mobile World Congress, and slated to be available by the holiday season this year, Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 comes with a few improvements over its predecessors. Let us refresh your memory with this hands-on preview of Windows Phone 7.
As part of its core line-up, the Nokia C6 has all the necessary ingredients of a decent smartphone without putting a huge dent in your wallet. Here are our impressions of this affordable Symbian smartphone.
The iPhone 4 is coming. But are you prepared for its arrival? Fret not, because if you need more info about the iPhone 4, we present a series of articles covering everything you need to know about the iPhone 4.
With the iPhone 4 price plans officially announced for all three telcos, we take a look at the economics and considerations involved in choosing the price plan that fits your usage pattern.
If you're going to be getting Apple's latest gadget, the iPhone 4, then why not get your accessories ready before the launch? That way, you'll have everything you need without having to queue again. Here's a list of five accessories to get for your new shiny toy.
As an affordable alternative to HTC's range of Android smartphones, the HTC Wildfire is similarly equipped with the intuitive HTC Sense UI. If you need to know more about this entry-level Android phone, we share some positive (and negative) highlights of this distant cousin of the HTC Desire and Legend.