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The Motorola RAZR is back in town! Can its design and form factor win over you? Take a look at what we found out of the dual-core 1.2GHz powered, 1GB RAM and 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced-equipped beast after the jump.
Motorola keeps the Android race going with its latest bot-flavored iteration, the Motorola RAZR. Take a quick first look at the dual-core 1.2GHz powered, 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced equipped beast after the jump.
If you are not smitten by the new iPhone 4S, here are five alternatives that are comparable to Apple's flagship model for your consideration.
With Android 4.0 joining the updated mobile OS party, how will it fare against Apple iOS 5 and Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango? Here's a primer on the key similarities and differences of the three mobile operating systems.
With the promise of bridging the gap between the smartphone and tablet form factor, what does Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich bring to the table? Here's a quick overview to get you acquainted with the Android update.
Need a refresher for the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich news? Here's a compilation of news findings of the upcoming OS and the accompanying Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone, leading up to the big announcement on 19th October!
A fan of Dr Dre and HTC? The HTC Sensation XE might be the definitive phone for you. Bundled with the HTC urBeats in-ears, Audio Beats sound enhancing software and improved hardware over the HTC Sensation, the smartphone sounds impressive. Find out after the jump.
The Xperia Arc S comes back with a vengeance with an improved 1.4GHz processor and a 3D Sweep Panorama mode. But is it all that different from the Arc? Check it out after the jump.
More phones? Well, that only means one thing: more choices. At today's regional launch, HTC unveiled a total of four new smartphones catering to different lifestyles. Catch our coverage after the jump.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is a hard product to peg a term to given its ambivalent features. Check out what we have to say about this little Android 2.3 beast of a smartphone.