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Sony Ericsson Z610 review: Glossy magic

Sony Ericsson Z610 review: Glossy magic

Michal Sedlák, 10 October 2006

The mirror-like clamshell Z610 has a magic top half and an invisible external display; it supports 3G, has a 2 megapixel camera, and has one of the most luxurious keypads ever seen on the mobile market. Memory card slot is available, of course. In other words, Sony Ericsson’s portfolio has been enriched with another top-quality model.


Samsung D900 review: Slim slider extreme

Samsung D900 review: Slim slider extreme

Jan Horalík, 26 September 2006

The slimmest slider in the world already on the market. Samsung D900 (12.9 mm thick when closed) offers almost maximum equipment. It has also been given a special final touch: a 3 megapixel camera and a superb display. Now try to imagine it all in a stylish sliding body. The price, however, is rather high.


Nokia N73 review: Pole position

Nokia N73 review: Pole position

Michal Sedlák, 28 August 2006

Being the best equipped handset ever Nokia N73 has managed to overrun the king of all mobiles - the slider Nokia N80. It features Symbian OS, 3 megapixels backed up by the label of Carl Zeiss, USB Mass Storage, and works with office documents. Nokia N73 has a brilliant phonebook and a good time organizer as well as an exceptional Internet browser. The interest in this new Nokia phone is overwhelming worldwide.


Samsung X820 review: Just for the record

Samsung X820 review: Just for the record

Jiří Kuruc, 15 August 2006

6.9 mm - this is how thin the slimmest mobile phone in the world is. At the same time Samsung X820 offers rich features, a comfortable keypad, and a brilliant display. Even so, it remains just a bit from real perfection.


Samsung i320 review: Smart goes slim

Samsung i320 review: Smart goes slim

Jiří Kuruc, 09 August 2006

Samsung i320 is worth admiration. In its tiny (11.5 mm thin) but extremely elegant body the manufacturer has fit a full-function QWERTY keypad, a rather good display, and most importantly - Windows Mobile OS. Samsung i320 tunes with the latest trend in the mobile world, that is, the thinner the better.


Nokia N73 vs. Samsung D900 vs. SE K800: Photo samples

Nokia N73 vs. Samsung D900 vs. SE K800: Photo samples

Mobilmania team, 07 August 2006

The three contenders in this article are some of the hottest phones on the market. Each of them has 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera and the logical question is - which one takes the best photos? We are now presenting you full resolution sample photos taken by Mobilmania.cz team and we wont comment on the results. You are very welcome to post your opinion in the review comments section.


BenQ-Siemens E71, E81, SL91: First look

BenQ-Siemens E71, E81, SL91: First look

David Polesný, 26 July 2006

BenQ Mobile has just introduced three new models. E71 is a music phone with shiny casing, on which the finger prints are invisible; according to the manufacturer the E81 model offers a vintage performance in an extremely small phone; in the case of SL91, BenQ Mobile managed to combine an impressive design with lots of features, including 3G support and 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus.


Nokia 6233 review: Discreet business tool

Nokia 6233 review: Discreet business tool

GSMArena team, 26 July 2006

A medium-sized candybar with a lot of nerves, Nokia 6233 is one of the current Nokia handsets that might interest you in case you are looking for non-smartphone 3G solution. What is more, the classic styled mobile offers a great TFT display, great stereo speakers, microSD card slot, and a 2 megapixel camera capable of capturing video in the exciting VGA resolution, just to name a few.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


Nokia 6131 review: Highly addictive

Nokia 6131 review: Highly addictive

David Polesný, 29 June 2006

Nokia has prepared an excellent new phone, which is not only attractive, but also well equipped with modern capabilities. At a pretty competitive price you get a black-silver clamshell with two top-class color displays, automatic opening system, a megapixel camera, radio, a MP3 player, a memory card slot, Bluetooth, EDGE, and a detailed menu.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


Motorola PEBL U6 & RAZR V3i review: Fashionable duo

Motorola PEBL U6 & RAZR V3i review: Fashionable duo

Jan Horalík, 08 June 2006

The RAZR successor the Motorola V3i strives for continuing the legend its predecessor set the beginning of. Motorola has also another highly stylish clamshell, PEBL U6, which has a lot in common with the RAZR models and attracts attention equally well.


Qtek S200 review: A genuine tool box

Qtek S200 review: A genuine tool box

Jiří Kuruc, 06 June 2006

Qtek S100 (HTC Magician) has finally found its appropriate successor. Qtek S200 (HTC Prophet) offers a new OS, EDGE and Wi-Fi support, and a top-class display. Are you dreaming of a versatile communicator no bigger than a common smart phone?


Nokia 5500 Sport: First look

Nokia 5500 Sport: First look

Michal Sedlák, 16 May 2006

Now we present you the first and only Nokia sport smartphone. The 5500 Sport model combines rubber and steel. It also has an uncommon square-shaped display and a bean-shaped body. It pronounces text messages and is prone to fingerprints.


Sony Ericsson W810 review: Walkman on the EDGE

Sony Ericsson W810 review: Walkman on the EDGE

Michal Sedlák, 10 May 2006

A few months after launching its new W810 model, Sony Ericsson delivered it to our office. This black twin of the famous W800 model features EDGE and the main menu has undergone slight modifications. All other applications have remained untouched. The new W810 is much more about color emotions, sport spirit, and launching novelties at all costs.


Nokia N91 review: Real celebrity

Nokia N91 review: Real celebrity

Michal Sedlák, 09 May 2006

4 GB hard disk • 2 megapixel camera • Symbian 9.1 OS • brilliant music player • Voice recognition • Bluetooth • EDGE • Wi-Fi • 3G compatibility. With all those rich features the phone packs quite a punch, but would it make it to the final round?


Samsung X700 review: Rich features

Samsung X700 review: Rich features

Jan Horalík, 04 May 2006

Here is the remarkable Samsung phone with classic shape, X700. Its features are so rich that it can face up the best models of the competition. Among others, it features a 1.3 megapixel camera, EDGE Class 10, a microSD memory card slot, and stereo speakers.


Motorola E1070 review: Chubby RAZR

Motorola E1070 review: Chubby RAZR

David Polesný, 23 April 2006

Motorola E1070 is an attractive clamshell offering plenty of features and the characteristics of the Motorola RAZR model. However, it is thicker. On the other hand, it has conveniences like 3G support, a megapixel camera, a MP3 player and a memory card slot.


Samsung D800 review: A step into high-class

Samsung D800 review: A step into high-class

David Polesný, 13 April 2006

It is low, wide, and attracts sights from all around. It is not Ferrari, nor is it Lamborghini. I am writing about the new Samsung D800 - a luxury flat bar with sliding construction, featuring a display of exceptional quality and pretty rich software equipment.


Nokia 3250 review: Rubik's phone

Nokia 3250 review: Rubik's phone

Michal Sedlák, 05 April 2006

Nokia's portfolio features another new music phone and that's the Nokia 3250. The device features a 2 megapixel camera, a built-in radio, the latest Symbian OS 9.1; on the top of it, it uses the tiniest memory cards in the world and comes with a wide range of accessories. If you wonder whether you should buy Nokia 3250 or Sony Ericsson W800, read our detailed review, which we hope will help you to make the right decision.


Motorola SLVR L7 review: Slim style

Motorola SLVR L7 review: Slim style

Jan Horalík, 23 March 2006

Here comes the ideal mobile solution for all those who are not in love with clamshells, but do like Motorola Razr’s slim design. Motorola has decided to continue the path marked by its popular Razr by launching a new line of slim phones with classic construction. The best equipped among them is the new Motorola SLVR L7.


New Sony Ericsson models: First look

New Sony Ericsson models: First look

David Polesný, 06 March 2006

Our team has had the opportunity to evaluate all six new models from Sony Ericsson – 3 megapixel camera phones, a new clamshell and its music-orientated twin; the successor of the famous Sony Ericsson K700 and the cheapest Sony Ericsson camera phone. More than a hundred of live pictures for you in this review only!


Nokia 6280 review: High-class slider

Nokia 6280 review: High-class slider

Marek Lutonský, 05 March 2006

Nokia has created its new 6280 as a substitute for Nokia 6230i. Is this a successful move? Nokia 6280 is literally bulged with functions. On the other hand, it features quite an exotic slide-out construction, which provokes missunderstanding in the end user. Read this detailed mega review to find the answer to this question.

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania


2 MP camera test: 6280 vs. N70 vs. D750

2 MP camera test: 6280 vs. N70 vs. D750

M. Lutonský, D. Polesný, 02 March 2006

Nokia 6280, Nokia N70 and Sony Ericsson D750 all belong to the camera phones elite. Each of them is equipped with a 2 megapixel camera. So which one takes the best pictures then?


Siemens S75 review: Serious competitor

Siemens S75 review: Serious competitor

David Polesný, 05 February 2006

The new Siemens Class S is not just a „boring“ mobile phone meant for work. Apart from luxury elegancy, brilliantly elaborated functions and fast data transfers, it offers an excellent MP3 player and a high-class camera. And what about the price? It’s so low that it is hard to believe.


Motorola L6 review: Affordable RAZR bar

Motorola L6 review: Affordable RAZR bar

Ivo Mareček, 02 February 2006

Everything started with the Razr. The success of the ultra thin clamshell has put Motorola on the top of the high-class phones. Intended for the ordinary user with its reasonable price, the Motorola L6 follows the example. The equipment however won’t shine much; at least the construction will inspire.


Nokia 7370 review: Oh L’Amour

Nokia 7370 review: Oh L’Amour

Michal Sedlák, 24 January 2006

This is the first Nokia phone with swivel design. Moreover, this is a phone that comes as a part of a special fashion line of Nokia models, called L'Amour. It is all covered with flowers and has plenty of innovations: impressive QVGA resolution, active stand-by display, "clouds" interface, appropriate synchronization order...There is no doubt that Nokia 7370 will whirl up the market, especially considering the fact that it stands on the basis of the luxury Nokia 8800!


Sony Ericsson W900 review: Walkman the Third

Sony Ericsson W900 review: Walkman the Third

David Polesný, 03 January 2006

Its entertainment options are immense - 3G support, brilliant MP3 player, 2 megapixel camera, memory cards, top-class display and unusual rotating construction. I am sure all technology fans will be excited, but let us see if this excitement will last.


Nokia 6111 review: Venus and maybe Mars too

Nokia 6111 review: Venus and maybe Mars too

Michal Sedlák, 17 December 2005

We have tested the stylish Nokia 6111 slider. It's delicate; it has megapixel camera, MP3 player and built-in radio. Why the memory card is missing though? Nokia says that it is a phone for the ladies. Can it turn men's heads, too?

Tags: Nokia, S40, MobilMania