Motorola's final Android device of 2010 has been revealed. Does the manufacturer end the year on a bang? Here are our initial impressions of this new addition to the Motorola lineup.
There is a certain charm to having a physical QWERTY keyboard and a reverse trackpad on a phone. Question is, did the Motorola CHARM manage to do just that, and charm its way into our hearts? Here are our impressions.
Named after its Z-hinge design, the HTC Desire is a fine combination of aesthetics and performance, with a dash of practicality from its QWERTY keyboard. Here's our impression of the Desire Z and its HTC Sense on Google's Android 2.2 platform.
As LG's second Android offering, the LG Optimus GT540 sees itself as a device suitable for the masses with the right amount of smartphone features at an affordable price range. But is it really enough?
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.
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.
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.