The O2 Zinc gets a new successor in both looks and name with the MWg Zinc II, so click here to read all about this new Windows Mobile 6.1 device packed with features.
Retro is in, as Nokia reintroduces the 6220 with updated features such as a 5-megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
The touch-screen revolution is well and truly here, and following the KF600, LG continues to entice consumers with another touch-screen mobile phone, the LG KF700.
Some say it's never a good idea to mix business with pleasure, but Nokia has proven them wrong with their new E-series device, the Nokia E71.
Wish for everything, and thou shall have it with the Samsung Omnia. To fulfill your wishes, we bring you on a comprehensive tour of the Samsung Omnia, the latest Windows Mobile 6.1 device from the Korean manufacturing giant, so click here for the full review!
The HTC Touch Diamond represents a new era of touch technology with its innovative TouchFlo 3D and an all improved Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system. Join us as we unveil the latest member of the Touch family, right here at www.hardwarezone.com!
Where some phones have tried and succeeded on this front, many have failed. We take a look at LG's KF600, the company's foray into touch screen mobiles.
We scaled new heights in the most literal sense with Sony Ericsson's introduction of its digital imaging powerhouse, the Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot and four other Sony Ericsson devices onboard the Singapore Flyer. Join us on this exciting ride in our continuing CommunicAsia coverage!
We can't say the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 has been shrouded in mystery with all the media attention it has gathered ever since its sighting at Mobile World Congress 2008. What we can say, is how it felt in our hands when a prototype unit reached our labs. Read on for our brief xperience with the Xperia X1!
The Walkman brand has had a long legacy but it shows no sign of growing old. We take a look at the next product bearing the famous name, the Sony Ericsson W350i.