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Samsung i450 review: Symbian sounds good

Samsung i450 review: Symbian sounds good

GSMArena team, 21 December 2007

In most people’s minds Symbian and Samsung are two things that just don’t go together. The Samsung i450 however might just be here to prove them wrong. Sporting the rare dual-slide design, it is one of the most interesting smartphone offerings...


Nokia 5610 XpressMusic review: Gotta love music

Nokia 5610 XpressMusic review: Gotta love music

Jaroslav Škrabálek, 19 December 2007

We are having the pleasure of a handset that has been designed to meet the highest expectations of music fans. Its other features however are pretty interesting too and will surely appeal to a wider audience. It seems phone manufacturers are head over...


Nokia 6500 slide review: Slide over slim

Nokia 6500 slide review: Slide over slim

GSMArena team, 17 December 2007

Nokia 6500 slide was announced together with its slim sibling Nokia 6500 classic, but is far more than just an attempt to diversify the supply beyond the traditional bar form factor. Both handsets drive on solid style, but the stainless steel slider...

Tags: Nokia, S40


Samsung G800 review: Camera with a phone

Samsung G800 review: Camera with a phone

GSMArena team, 14 December 2007

It seems Samsung are really stepping on it in the 5 megapixel cameraphone race. In a stark display of audacity, the G800 is pitched as a digicam that can make calls. We usually deal with gadgets that are the other way around but we've been eager to test...


Vertu Constellation hands-on: A thing money can buy

Vertu Constellation hands-on: A thing money can buy

GSMArena team, 12 December 2007

You’ve probably wondered what Vertu mobile phones are all about. After all they are absurdly over-priced, extremely under-powered, and many of those look somewhat… ok, let’s say that most people don’t fall in love with them instantly.Well, we certainly...

Tags: Vertu, Fashion


Nokia N82 review: Comes with xenon

Nokia N82 review: Comes with xenon

GSMArena team, 10 December 2007

Nokia N82 is considered the next N-series bestseller and, guess what, it has already hit the shelves. Following the sweeping success of Nokia N73, it was a pretty sure bet that a worthy successor wouldn’t take long to appear. As we see it, Nokia N82 fits...


Holiday gift guide 2007: Our Christmas carol

Holiday gift guide 2007: Our Christmas carol

GSMArena team, 07 December 2007

We’ve been all over ourselves into mobile phones, our job implies that. Come this time of the year though when everyone tries to get out of the box and find the best present for their loved ones, we get down to work to summarize all the latest and greatest...

Tags: Gift guide


Nokia E51 review: Connecting business

Nokia E51 review: Connecting business

GSMArena team, 06 December 2007

Nokia offers a wide range of Eseries business handsets, including Communicators and enhanced messaging devices of different form factors. Each E series phone is optimized for different types of business users, but all feature the...


Nokia N82 preview: First look

Nokia N82 preview: First look

GSMArena team, 05 December 2007

The Nokia N82 seems like the next flagship of the Nokia N-series of multimedia-oriented smartphones. Although it looks pretty much the same as Nokia N95 specs-wise, it outmatches the current heavyweight champion with a xenon flash and...


5 megapixel face-off: Vox populi

5 megapixel face-off: Vox populi

GSMArena team, 05 December 2007

It’s been a while since our last cameraphone shootout and you know how much we love them. With all those 5 megapixel cameraphones around, our hands were just itching to make a grand 5 megapixel face-off with as many of the current 5 megapixel cameraphones as possible. The stars in this episode of our Shootout series...


GPS navigation overview: Maps go digital

GPS navigation overview: Maps go digital

GSMArena team, 30 November 2007

What else can my mobile phone do for me? It almost makes you wonder if there still are people out there using their phones for calling and texting only. We’ve seen oblique, farfetched and elite options gradually become make-or-break for mobile phone...

Tags: GPS


HTC Touch review: Smart to touch the spot

HTC Touch review: Smart to touch the spot

GSMArena team, 28 November 2007

Introduced several months ago, the innovative HTC Touch is the device, after which the world of Windows Mobile will probably never be the same. Chic, smart and versatile, the HTC Touch brings together an array of communication, entertainment...


Nokia N95 8GB review: Return of the king

Nokia N95 8GB review: Return of the king

GSMArena team, 23 November 2007

About a year ago Nokia released a tech-freak's dream of a handset offering a mouthwatering horde of features in a fairly compact size. The omnipresent N95 spawned a successor and now the question is how much better can it get. Nokia N95 8GB sure has good...


Samsung G600 review: Slide and snap

Samsung G600 review: Slide and snap

GSMArena team, 21 November 2007

Samsung sets two contenders running for glory, with two 5 megapixel newcomers on the cameraphone market. The Samsung G600 was first to be announced, and had the mobile community astir. Featuring quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, a...

Tags: Samsung


Sony Ericsson W910 review: Walkman in style

Sony Ericsson W910 review: Walkman in style

GSMArena team, 16 November 2007

The Sony Ericsson W910 reinforced the Walkman ranks with a suave, yet strong performer. The thin and elegant slider does look the part, while HSDPA (3.6 Mbps) and Walkman 3.0 are the right features to expect in a high-end device. At first glance, the W910...


Toshiba Portege G900 review: PC in your pocket

Toshiba Portege G900 review: PC in your pocket

GSMArena team, 14 November 2007

The Toshiba Portege G900 begs to be called cutting edge. With its massive set of features it does manage to deliver on almost all fronts - HSDPA, 3" WVGA touch screen display, spacious QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth...


Sony Ericsson S500 review: Emotion vs Reason

Sony Ericsson S500 review: Emotion vs Reason

Jan Horalík, 12 November 2007

The slider form factor debuts in the company's S line and in fact, this is the first Sony Ericsson slider that's not a Walkman. Speaking of which, Sony Ericsson S500 is a W580 in disguise. And some disguise it is: with this slim slider almost everything...


Apple iPhone in and out: The next step

Apple iPhone in and out: The next step

GSMArena team, 9 November 2007

Apple iPhone isn't exactly the best kept secret in the world. The odds are it's either on your Christmas wish list or you may as well already have it. Love it or hate it, the iPhone has set the bar pretty high in terms of interface and user-friendliness and, almost six...

Tags: Apple, iPhone


Motorola Q 9h review: Moto messenger

Motorola Q 9h review: Moto messenger

Martin Herodek, 7 November 2007

The Motorola Q 9h seems an interesting offer if you’re after a smartphone. There’s no stylus, nor touchscreen, and neither is likely to be missed. In return you get a full QWERTY keypad, almost complete data equipment and Windows Mobile 6...


HTC TyTN II review: Kaiser of PocketPCs

HTC TyTN II review: Kaiser of PocketPCs

GSMArena team, 5 November 2007

One of the hottest PDAs around lately, the HTC TyTN II is one feature-loaded son-of-a-gun. It's got what it takes to quench your daily communication needs, and more: HSDPA/HSUPA, Wi-Fi, 2.8" touchscreen TFT display, hardware QWERTY keyboard...


Nokia N81 8GB review: N-series N-gaged

Nokia N81 8GB review: N-series N-gaged

GSMArena team, 1 November 2007

The Nokia N81 8GB is a truly exciting smartphone combining the power of Symbian 9.2 OS spiced up with the new N-Gage platform. What we have in N81 8GB is entertainment and multimedia unleashed. Not only does its specs sheet impress, but it promises...


Samsung G800 launch event: A night at the museum

Samsung G800 launch event: A night at the museum

GSMArena team, 31 October 2007

New Samsung launches were in the spotlight on Monday, at a grand presentation in London, UK. The British Museum hosted Samsung's rendezvous with history, with the company's top brass celebrating key achievements and marking the brand...

Tags: Samsung


Motorola RAZR2 V8 review: New edge to RAZR

Motorola RAZR2 V8 review: New edge to RAZR

GSMArena team, 26 October 2007

After three long years of waiting we face the RAZR V3 successor: the slim and refined Motorola RAZR2 V8. Sporting a full metal jacket with gradating hues of dark pearl gray, the phone is made to impress. With two high-quality displays with QVGA ...

Tags: Motorola


Nokia 6500 classic review: Slim inside out

Nokia 6500 classic review: Slim inside out

GSMArena team, 23 October 2007

Just made commercially available, the Nokia 6500 classic is a sight for the sore eyes of thousands of slim-phone lovers, who had been quivering with anticipation. The new addition to the Nokia Series 40 team had us equally impatient to see what it's capable of...

Tags: Nokia, S40


Nokia N81 preview: Hands on N-Gage

Nokia N81 preview: Hands on N-Gage

GSMArena team, 19 October 2007

The Nokia N81 is an exciting Symbian smartphone that comes loaded with multimedia capabilities and promises tons of fun. Flaunting 8 gig worth of storage, the Nokia N81 8GB comes in the slider form factor and features a nice 2.4" 16M color TFT display, 3G...


LG KE500 review: Silver slider

LG KE500 review: Silver slider

Jan Horalík, 18 October 2007

A straight down-the-middle handset, LG KE500 blends clean styling with decent multimedia. It doesn’t pretend to outShine and outsweet its haughty siblings, but still has enough to offer: neat sliding design, a 2 MP camera, memory card slot and FM radio...

Tags: LG, MobilMania


Neonode N2 review: Simply cool

Neonode N2 review: Simply cool

Filip Kůžel, 15 October 2007

It is impractical, imperfect, overdone, striking, unique and beautifully crafted! Neonode N2 is loveable at first sight. We dare say that if there is one exceptional mobile in today's uniform world at all, it must be the Neonode N2. The device is unique in so many...


Nokia 6110 Navigator review: Know your way

Nokia 6110 Navigator review: Know your way

GSMArena team, 12 October 2007

Are you often getting lost in big cities? Wanna get rid of all those maps in the glove compartment? Then the device we are about to show you, might just be what you're looking for. Combining Nokia smartphone all-round qualities with GPS navigation good enough...


Sony Ericsson W960 review: Walkman extreme

Sony Ericsson W960 review: Walkman extreme

GSMArena team, 09 October 2007

Sony Ericsson W960 is aptly the big gun in the Sony Ericsson portfolio of music-centered handsets. Gifted with the scorching 8GB of storage space and a large touchscreen TFT display, a 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, the W960 easily stands...


GSMArena feature lab: Enter new goodies

GSMArena feature lab: Enter new goodies

GSMArena team, 05 October 2007

We finally had a chance to put some time into developing a handful of new features for our site, so with the hot summer behind us, we rolled up our sleeves to shape several novelties that we’ve been reflecting on lately. We bet you’ll be...

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