Even though Lenovo is dabbling with Google's Android Honeycomb platform, the company is always ready to put a business spin to its Android tablets. Here's a quick impression from our brief hands-on time with the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet.
The unique Sony Ericsson Xperia ray comes hand-in-hand with a signature concept and design. Check out our behind-the-scenes story in Tokyo on the handphone as well as the Xperia marketing efforts in Japan.
As one of Sony Ericsson's flagship products for 2011 and 2012, the Xperia Ray sets to fill a niche for those transiting from a feature phone to a smartphone. We managed to get our hands on a unit in Tokyo, so do check out our impressions after the jump.
Will the new wave of 3D-enabled smartphones offer users more? Let's find out from today's LG Optimus 3D launch.
With 3D technology becoming mainstream, HTC is the next in line to introduce a 3D smartphone. Dubbed as the HTC Evo 3D, we got some hands-on time with the Android 2.3 device that comes with two 5-megapixel cameras for 3D imaging and a glass-free 3D viewing experience.
Huawei's recent entry into the Android scene has caught a lot of attention, and their latest Android 2.3 device, the Huawei Vision, got some hands-on treatment from us in Beijing. Here's our first impressions of the Chinese company's flagship model for 2011.
As dual-core smartphones become a common sight, it's even more important to put themselves in positive limelight with a good feature set. And that's what we'll be sharing in this review of the HTC Sensation, powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and HTC's revamped HTC Sense 3.0 user interface.
First seen at MWC 2011, the Samsung Galaxy S II sets itself apart from the rest with impressive specs like a 4.27-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and so forth. Will it be able to dethrone its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S? The answer lies within this review.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro is one of the few Android messenger phones in the market. It comes with Android version 2.2 and a full QWERTY keyboard. Check out our first impressions.
Does a thin and light smartphone make it any less powerful? The LG Optimus Black aims to debunk that myth, and we spent some time with the Optimus Black and determine if its future is as bright as its Nova display.