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For the alert few who have sneaked a peek of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic in The Dark Knight and seen the leaked images all over the web, wait no more, as we give you the official preview (both images and video) of the Symbian S60 5th Edition touchscreen device from Nokia, right here at www.hardwarezone.com!
In its own right, the i-mate series of Windows Mobile devices has a few tricks up its sleeve, so here's our take on the i-mate Ultimate 6150.
A week ago, HTC has officially revealed three new devices under its Touch family, namely the HTC Touch HD, Touch 3G and finally the Touch Viva. We've made a few calls and managed to secure a first hand preview of both the Touch HD and Touch 3G, so hit the jump to learn more about these new Windows Mobile 6.1 devices!
Hear our first impressions of this newly crowned winner of music phones during the recent EISA awards, the Sony Ericsson W980i Walkman Phone.
The folks at Research In Motion have upped the ante in the mobile phone competition with the introduction of their sleekest BlackBerry device to date, the Bold. Sparing you with all the cliche statements about the Bold's moniker, we'll get down to business with the full review of the newest BlackBerry device in town.
Samsung fans, watch out! The Samsung G400 is a clamshell model that exudes style and elegance. Could Samsung have another hit coming real soon? Check out our exclusive preview here!
Earlier, we took a look at HTC's Touch Diamond and had a ball of a time with its new TouchFlo 3D that redefined Windows Mobile navigation. Following up, will the HTC Touch Pro with its integrated QWERTY keyboard win the consumers over? We present our take for you to assess and decide.
The iPAQ series has been a long running name within the Windows Mobile market. Its flagship model, the HP iPAQ 912 Business Messenger, is back in business.
It's no secret that when it comes to the iPhone 3G, queuing has become something of a much needed art, especially in other countries. Was the Singapore launch equally crazy with long snaking queues? Now updated with video footage!
You would think small touch screen phones are no longer the fad, till you see the latest UIQ device from Sony Ericsson's camp, the G900.