At MWC 2011, HTC once again threw a whole slew of updates to its portfolio. This time, we see new Android 2.3 devices, smartphones with a one-key access to Facebook and more importantly, the company's first tablet running with an updated HTC Sense.
A phone that uses glasses-free 3D display, and a tablet that records 3D images. That's one of the major highlights at MWC 2011 when we checked out both the LG Optimus 3D and Optimus Pad, and here's our hands-on impressions of these unique mobile devices.
At long last, the open secret once known as the PlayStation Phone makes its official debut as the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. We share some of our hands-on experience with the Xperia Play and its fellow Xperia siblings, the Neo and Pro.
The annual Google phone update reaches its third iteration with the Samsung-made Google Nexus S. If you're wondering how different this Android 2.3 device is from the Samsung Galaxy S, this review shall answer that query.
There aren't many rugged smartphones out there, making the Motorola Defy one of the rare few available for the masses. Having a hardened exterior is just one of its unique features, which we'll share with you more as we dig through some of the additional features for this Android 2.1 device.
Taking its first step into the Google Android realm, the Garmin-Asus A10 puts navigation as its top priority. We explore some of its unique features and share our findings in this review.
Apple's iPad has dominated the tablet market with a six-month head-start. But by now, three other tablets using Google Android 2.2 have surfaced, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Dell Streak and Viewsonic ViewPad 7. We give you a quick overview and price analysis for each of these telco-exclusive tablets in this roundup.
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.