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The P535 is made for a niche group of users who require GPS capabilities, PDA and a phone all rolled into one unit. Read on to find out if it is as good as its sibling, the P525.
If you are getting spoilt by the possibilities offered by 3G connection then Nokia's plans for 2007 will only spoil you even more. Be prepared to welcome a slew of Nokia handsets offering GPS, maps, mobile videos, fast Internet search and location based services.
The Sony Ericsson W880i is a slim phone WALKMAN phone with excellent build quality. It's also the thinnest 3G phone to emerge from Sony Ericsson to date.
The HTC S620 has 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a widescreen QVGA display and an innovative scroller to make it an attractive smartphone for reading webpages and documents on the go.
The new Dopod C800 is the slimmest smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard you can find in the market today. Read on to find out how different it is from its bigger brother, the 838Pro.
After the Apple TV announcement, we move on towards the product that really shook the floor this MacWorld, the Apple iPhone. In this article, we take you through a virtual tour of the iPhone, its features, functionality, operation and our take on Apple's most anticipated hybrid device.
The Xenium 9@9s does not only shine when it comes to battery life, it also strikes an elegant pose with its clean and sharp aesthetics.
With the number of wireless hotspots on the rise, the Wi-Fi enabled ASUS P525 PDA phone is a practical smartphone to own for any self-respecting mobile warrior.
Reporting direct from the ITU Telecom World 2006 exhibition in Hong Kong, we've got a lot of new goodies to share with you from Samsung's booth. Introducing the Ultra Music, Ultra Video and Ultra Messaging mobile phones as well as other trendy newcomers, you're in for a treat.
A smartphone designed for the white collar folks who strive to hold their own in the business world.