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LG Prada 3.0 review: Slim fit

LG Prada 3.0 review: Slim fit

GSMArena team, 23 February 2012

It's slim and smart, and wears Prada. This little devil is too sexy to hang out with the other droids. It puts on its evening shoes and goes to town. It hates being chased by paparazzi but always turns its better side to the cameras. We'll see what the other droids think about that...

Tags: LG, Android, Touch UI


Huawei MediaPad review: On the rise

Huawei MediaPad review: On the rise

GSMArena team, 21 February 2012

Huawei have been flexing their mobile manufacturing muscle lately and one of their latest creations, the 7" Huawei MediaPad Android tablet, is getting its high-res screen and aluminum unibody ready to take on the big boys. The Huawei MediaPad...


Samsung Galaxy Note I717 review: Pushing the envelope

Samsung Galaxy Note I717 review: Pushing the envelope

GSMArena team, 19 February 2012

Samsung has high hopes for the LTE packing Galaxy Note I717 in the United States. Since its launch during CES, the AT&T exclusive device has enjoyed a marketing push like no other Samsung offering to date, including the Galaxy S II lineup...


Amazon Kindle Fire review: Midnight oil

Amazon Kindle Fire review: Midnight oil

GSMArena team, 17 February 2012

Like the world needs another 7" Android tablet. Well, maybe it does. Or (more likely), it doesn't. No matter where you stand, the Kindle Fire couldn't be less relevant to this debate. It isn't just another Android tablet. It's a hardware Amazon account, 7 inches...


Galaxy W vs. Xperia Neo V: Vice Wersa

Galaxy W vs. Xperia Neo V: Vice Wersa

GSMArena team, 14 February 2012

Single-core droids will only be getting cheaper and there's plenty to choose from. But if you want to get the best out of a tight budget, making the right choice can prove to be a challenge. We're looking at two phones that launched at the same time and have...


Samsung Galaxy R vs. LG Optimus 2X: Affordable dual-cores

Samsung Galaxy R vs. LG Optimus 2X: Affordable dual-cores

GSMArena team, 1 February 2012

Yep, you read that right. Affordable and dual core wouldn't normally belong in the same sentence. In 2011. And you don't need to press fast forward. Just sit back and enjoy. There's a lot stewing in the industry's pot and we think the place smells of quad core already...


Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 preview: First look

Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 preview: First look

GSMArena team, 31 January 2012

Keen to place a contender in every nook and cranny of the smartphone market, Samsung are bringing the Galaxy Ace Plus on as a substitute for their midrange Galaxy Ace. Boasting a slightly bigger and a faster processor...


Samsung I9103 Galaxy R review: Riding shotgun

Samsung I9103 Galaxy R review: Riding shotgun

GSMArena team, 25 January 2012

The Samsung I9103 Galaxy R rode in on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform and became the first affordable dual-core smartphone from the South Korean company. With a bright SC-LCD screen and brushed metal back, the Galaxy R is just different enough...


Huawei U8860 Honor review: Way of the Dragon

Huawei U8860 Honor review: Way of the Dragon

GSMArena team, 18 January 2012

The Huawei Honor is made in China and proudly so. Designed, engineered and created in the Land of the Dragon, it's nothing like your run-of-the-mill cheap knock-off. It's a genuine Chinese product, not just something put together for someone else...


Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus review: A game of sequels

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus review: A game of sequels

GSMArena team, 17 January 2012

Apple gave the world the tablet. Samsung gave the world a choice. Itís not as simple of course as narrowing it down to an iPad vs. a Galaxy Tab. Nearly every phone maker out there has a tablet to offer. But the fact is that whatever size you want and whatever screen you like - Samsung most likely have it...


Now in HD: Galaxy Nexus vs. Optimus LTE screen shootout

Now in HD: Galaxy Nexus vs. Optimus LTE screen shootout

GSMArena team, 13 January 2012

Done pushing megapixels and well into pixel popping, still the good old numbers game. HD screens are the next big thing and they'd better enjoy it while it lasts, with quad-core around the corner and all. Anyway, is it just another number to brag...

Tags: Samsung, LG, Android


CES 2012: Various brands overview

CES 2012: Various brands overview

GSMArena team, 12 January 2012

CES is a huge event with many companies attending. We try to cover all of them - big and small. Here's an overview of all the gadgets that we couldn't cover in a separate article. There will be everything from Intel's efforts to waterproof smartphones.


CES 2012: Sony overview

CES 2012: Sony overview

GSMArena team, 10 January 2012

CES 2012 marks the end of Sony Ericsson and the birth of Sony as a leading smartphone maker. The first two Ericsson-free smartphones are the AT&T-bound Xperia ion and the global Xperia S (previously known as Nozomi) and they both look...


CES 2012: Samsung overview

CES 2012: Samsung overview

GSMArena team, 11 January 2012

Samsung brought a range of Android devices to CES and LTE connectivity and Super AMOLED were central themes and both AT&T and Verizon getting in on the action. Most of the gadgets were GSM-flavored, but all of them had voice connectivity...


Samsung Galaxy Nexus review: Opening new doors

Samsung Galaxy Nexus review: Opening new doors

GSMArena team, 30 December 2011

Once again, it is the Nexus time of the year. This time, Google has left the Gingerbread cookies and, together with Samsung, has brought to us the Galaxy Nexus to deliver the Ice Cream Sandwich. And while a cold dessert is totally out of place this holiday...


HTC Vivid review: Welcome to 4G

HTC Vivid review: Welcome to 4G

GSMArena team, 23 December 2011

The final member of AT&Tís LTE smartphone 2011 lineup is at the start line, ready to impress. The HTC Vivid is joining the company of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and LG Nitro HD in a bid to defend the reputation of the Taiwanese company. Hardware wise...

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI


Meizu MX review: Amaze U

Meizu MX review: Amaze U

GSMArena team, 22 December 2011

This is easily a phone you can pretend doesn't exist. And you don't have to try too hard either. The Meizu MX is something of a chimera. An iPhone body and a droid mind. It's not where you take things from - it's where you take them to. For a phone coming from...


Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V review: Five to go

Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V review: Five to go

GSMArena team, 19 December 2011

Do we cancel the show if the star is not available? This one must've crossed some minds over at Sony Ericsson when the Xperia Neo had to be discontinued. But no, they didn't cancel it. The crew was told to take five instead while they skimmed ...


Samsung Captivate Glide review: Thumbs ready

Samsung Captivate Glide review: Thumbs ready

GSMArena team, 16 December 2011

The Samsung Captivate Glide for AT&T Wireless is long overdue. The market is brimming of dual-core Android devices and the slide-out QWERTY packing Samsung Captivate Glide has only just arrived. Interestingly enough, itís been a relatively quiet...


HTC Explorer review: The start of a journey

HTC Explorer review: The start of a journey

GSMArena team, 14 December 2011

Ever since the Aria, HTC have had a petite Android on offer and the HTC Explorer is the latest in the line. With an affordable price tag, the plucky little smartphone will appeal to people looking for a compact set or users who are just about getting...

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI


HTC Rhyme review: Pour Femme

HTC Rhyme review: Pour Femme

GSMArena team, 13 December 2011

Alright. This one's a bit different. So we act accordingly. And because we're not quite versed in all things fashion, let's move straight to what we're good at. Meet the HTC Rhyme. Seriously, now. Tough job building a ladies phone - but hey, that's what...

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI


Samsung Galaxy W I8150 review: S Plus Lite

Samsung Galaxy W I8150 review: S Plus Lite

GSMArena team, 8 December 2011

The Galaxy S line gets all the attention, but troopers like the Samsung Galaxy W I8150 will see plenty of action too. With a 3.7" screen, it's more compact than the original Galaxy S, but it uses the same souped-up chipset that ticks inside...


LG Nitro HD review: Live in HD

LG Nitro HD review: Live in HD

GSMArena team, 5 December 2011

The LG Nitro HD for AT&T Wireless comes with some seriously heavy expectations to meet. It was back in August, when we first reported about the award winning AH-IPS screen with HD resolution, developed by LG. The unit is reportedly better...

Tags: LG, Android, Touch UI


Samsung Exhibit II 4G review: Second time around

Samsung Exhibit II 4G review: Second time around

GSMArena team, 1 December 2011

The Samsung Exhibit II 4G is aimed primarily at commitment-challenged consumers. Being one of the quickest product sequels weíve seen in a while, the device is marketed mostly as a Pay as you go phone, which offers you the full...


Motorola RAZR XT910 review: Through thick and thin

Motorola RAZR XT910 review: Through thick and thin

GSMArena team, 29 November 2011

Armed to its newly sharpened teeth and carrying the legacy of a legend, the Motorola RAZR XT910 is out looking for blood. The blood of the best Android phones on the market. And it will cut them where it hurts the most...


Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 review: Everyone's invited

Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 review: Everyone's invited

GSMArena team, 23 November 2011

The Samsung Galaxy Y is a smartphone approved for all audiences. Perhaps in hindsight, our Galaxy Note review should've been rated PG. But well yeah, we're always wiser in hindsight. Anyway, you donít just wake up one...


HTC Sensation XL review: Music and the beast

HTC Sensation XL review: Music and the beast

GSMArena team, 22 November 2011

They say music soothes even the savage beast. In the case of the HTC Sensation XL, it just makes it cooler. The Sensation XL shares its design and mammoth 4.7" screen with the Titan, but the XL is part of the Android squad and packs a lyrical iBeats...

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI


Sony Ericsson Xperia pro review: Social Inc.

Sony Ericsson Xperia pro review: Social Inc.

Kaloyan Kolev, 18 November 2011

Sony Ericsson can sit back and call it a job done. The last of the new Xperias is on the shelves and the impressive lineup gives them plenty of reasons to look forward to the holiday season. Quite a squad they have put together...


Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket review: Aiming for the stars

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket review: Aiming for the stars

GSMArena team, 17 November 2011

We have the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket all set on the launch pad. Announced together with the HTC Vivid, the smartphone is among the first LTE enabled devices, compatible with AT&Tís all new LTE net- work. The smartphone...


Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 review: Power play

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 review: Power play

GSMArena team, 16 November 2011

Tablets are cool. But they have a purpose too. Larger screens, higher resolution and more mileage out of the battery make them better suited for certain tasks. Thatís why people are not only fascinated by them but do end up actually...