First Hero, then Legend. The Legend is HTC's first Android 2.1 equipped device and comes with an improved Sense UI interface and a better physical design that looks ready to dethrone its predecessor. Read on to find out more.
Making a comeback into the smartphone market, Acer launches their first Android-based device, the Acer Liquid. It's still anyone's game in the Android scene, and we check out what the new Android 1.6 device has to offer.
The Motorola Milestone, also known as the Droid, represents a fresh start and a second chance for Motorola to impress and influence the smartphone market. We explain why, in our full review of this Android 2.1 powered device.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness stands out because of its unique transparent liquid crystal display. But how does it really hold up? Read on to find out.
We joined Sony Ericsson at Resorts World Singapore for their exclusive "EVOLVE.ENGAGE.EXCITE" media launch, and came back with some "green" news of their Elm, Hazel and Apsen mobile phones of the GreenHeart series.
Probably laying claim to the world's smallest Android phone to date, we offer our initial thoughts of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro in this preview.
You've heard the news, read our reports and ogled at our coverage of the various launches and highlights for most major vendors. Now we wrap up the biggest mobile technology event of the year with our in-house videos of the best of the best phone demos and products that will steal the thunder for the rest of the year.
We take a look at Samsung's latest Android-based offering, the Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700, a decent all-rounder that caters to both on-the-go working and networking.
Still yearning for more Mobile World Congress news? Ask, and thou shalt receive, as we present our show floor coverage that spans across eight different halls at Fira de Barcelona. Check out some of the interesting highlights from Acer, Garmin-ASUS, HTC, Motorola and many more in our show floor coverage of MWC 2010.
Even before the start of Mobile World Congress 2010, news of Microsoft's update to its Windows Mobile platform has already been all over the web. Moving onto its next iteration and labelled as Windows Phone 7 Series, here's what you'll need to know about Microsoft's new mobile operating system.