If you're going to be getting Apple's latest gadget, the iPhone 4, then why not get your accessories ready before the launch? That way, you'll have everything you need without having to queue again. Here's a list of five accessories to get for your new shiny toy.
As an affordable alternative to HTC's range of Android smartphones, the HTC Wildfire is similarly equipped with the intuitive HTC Sense UI. If you need to know more about this entry-level Android phone, we share some positive (and negative) highlights of this distant cousin of the HTC Desire and Legend.
Following hot on Samsung Galaxy S's heels is its projector-equipped brother, the Samsung Galaxy Beam. Equipped with a 8-megapixel camera with flash and a 3.7-inch SUPER AMOLED screen, the device might very well be a hot commodity amongst business executives.
Now that we've confirmed a July 30th launch date of the iPhone 4 in Singapore, it's time to answer the question on everyone's lips: should you upgrade your old iPhone?
Similar to the earlier Sony Ericsson Vivaz, this new entry retains 720p video recording and the same Symbian S60 5th edition OS. How does the addition of a physical QWERTY keyboard and swapping in a 5-megapixel camera work out for the Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro?
Still wondering if you should get Apple's upcoming iPhone 4? There are other choices, so let us point you in the right direction with some alternatives to Apple's current poster boy.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro is a tiny smartphone with huge expectations. How would this adorable little phone fare under our testing?
Imagine a phone that records 720p videos and connects to your HDTV with a HDMI cable. Or don't imagine, but read about it in our review of Motorola's latest addition to its Milestone family, the Motorola Milestone XT. Can it live up to the original Milestone's expectations? Answers after the jump.
The Nokia C5 proved to be a simple yet capable phone with smartphone-like features. We took it for a spin, and give you a brief overview of its capabilities.
Good things do come in small packages. Proving that point is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini, an Android-powered device that manages to offer various nifty features, in a tiny and surprisingly usable body. We share with you our usage experience.