If you are looking for a worthy Android 2.2 device with a large 4.3-inch screen, the HTC Desire HD is definitely the place to start. One of the two, alongside the HTC Desire Z, that will be launched under the Desire bandwagon, the high-end smartphone has enough horsepower and mobile security (HTCSense.com) for those looking for an empowering device. Hit the jump for more details.
The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
We take a look at the latest Curve in town, the 3G-enabled BlackBerry Curve 9300. Will it live up to our expectations? Read on after the jump.
The BlackBerry OS 6 is a refreshed approach to RIM's BlackBerry devices, breathing a new lease of life to the smartphone OS, but keeping things familiar for its loyal users. Here's what you need to know about the new BlackBerry OS 6.
RIM (South East Asia) sat down today with the media, covering a wide range of topics from its plans for better distribution in Singapore, BlackBerry App World 2.0, BlackBerry 6 to the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 3G. Hit the jump for more details.
The Google and LG collaboration has resulted in a smartphone loaded with Google's latest Froyo 2.2 OS: the LG Optimus One. We take a quick look at one of the first few smartphones to come out under the LG Optimus label.
HTC continues their onslaught of Android-powered smartphones with two new devices, announced at a press conference in London. Here's what went down at the event.
At this year's Nokia World, the spotlight lands on the Finnish company's reinforced focus on its Symbian^3 portfolio, such as the new Nokia E7. We present some of the major highlights of the annual mobile showcase by Nokia.
Looking for apps for your spiffy new iPhone 4? Here's a quick list of apps that you should get (unless, well, if you already have them).
Though it shares the same business-centric focus as its E-series siblings, does the E in the Nokia E5 stand for excellence? Let our fingers do the talking as we put this QWERTY-equipped Symbian phone to the test.