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Retailing at S$838, the LG Viewty has the edge over the competition in terms of performance in imaging, video and even in terms of looks and design, even if the user interface takes a little getting used to.
The new Samsung F200 is a mobile phone hidden within a small candy bar form factor that's more appropriate for a MP3 player.
Slim and sleek, the new Nokia E51 packs all the features you expect from a smart phone into its compact body.
Only available in Vinyl Black, the Sony Ericsson W960i is a jack of all trades mobile with a touch screen interface.
Samsung grooved to the beat of the New Year by announcing five new mobile phones that would hit the retail channel within the first quarter of 2008. Lucky for you the Hardware Zone team was at the exciting launch event, so read on to see what's in store for you soon!
Despite its various drawbacks, the Nokia 6500 Classic is undeniably elegant and sleek. Considering its design and slim profile, it is relatively value for money.
It may not be the most feature rich mobile around, but its simplicity, clean aesthetics and amount of talk time that it offers makes a strong point for the Philips Xenium 9@9w
For the camera aficionados out there, rejoice, for Nokia has produced another mobile phone with a noteworthy camera.
The Sony Ericsson K850i is up for grabs at a price of S$828. For that price, you'll find a remarkably competent 5.0-megapixel camera on-board and even touch functionality.
Although the Nokia 2630 is an entry level mobile phone with few advanced functions, its appeal lies in being lightweight, having a slim profile and well spaced keys.