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.
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.
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.
Besides the official Android 2.1 update for its earlier Xperia X10 series, Sony Ericsson also just announced new devices such as the Android-based Xperia X8, a Walkman phone called the Yendo with Walkman featuring full touchscreen capabilities, and another GreenHeart device, the Cedar.
We check out some of the cool stuff and key highlights from the annual communications and broadcast trade show event, CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia 2010.
Gombae! Samsung is fashionably late to the Android 2.1 party but oh, what an entrance it makes with the Galaxy S i9000. Have other super-smartphones met their match in this mix of Super AMOLED beauty and Android 2.1 brains? Find out in our detailed review.
With ample time to refine and enhance the user experience with its HTC Sense UI, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz powered HTC Desire, loaded with Google's latest Android 2.1, is a clear example of how smartphones of today are more than just a cellular device.
Presenting a unique proposition with its reverse flip QWERTY design, we explore the various potential of the new Motorola Backflip and its special form factor.
First to debut from its Android series, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 isn't just a pretty device with an open-source OS. We take a more detailed look at its performance, usability and uniqueness of its Timescape interface in this review.
First Hero, then Legend. The Legend is HTC's first Android 2.1 equipped device and comes with an improved Sense UI interface and a better physical design that looks ready to dethrone its predecessor. Read on to find out more.