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Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani preview: First look

Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani preview: First look

GSMArena team, 09 October 2009

Well, here's for the next phone courtesy of the joint efforts of Giorgio Armani and Samsung. Third in line, it's meant to be the perfect companion for Armani's suits and more importantly...


Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte review: Carbon copy

Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte review: Carbon copy

GSMArena team, 26 September 2008

Ask not what your phone can do for you. It’s Nokia Arte, folks, so the question is who you need to kill to have it. Exquisite materials, sophisticated slider design and state-of-the-art finish are doing their best to camouflage...

Tags: Nokia, S40, Fashion


Samsung U800 Soul b review: As busy as a

Samsung U800 Soul b review: As busy as a "b" can be

GSMArena team, 20 June 2008

Inspiration is one thing you can’t deny the Samsung Soul lineup. Well, that goes to the Ultra too, though all of them thin and sexy handsets are pretty much doomed to oblivion by their own offspring. Back in the day, we said the original U900 Soul was to crown the Ultra lineup...

Tags: Samsung, Soul, Fashion


LG KF750 Secret review: No secret, all guts

LG KF750 Secret review: No secret, all guts

GSMArena team, 05 June 2008

One thing we know about the LG KF750 Secret is that it's hard to resist. Keeping it hush is not an option. The handset seems to have it all - turn-head exterior, top-notch skill and a few exotic extras to spice things up. Looks have long been the defining feature of the Black Label series by LG. Now, the Secret brings some muscle to tip the form vs. content scale the other way...


Samsung F480 review: Touchdown!

Samsung F480 review: Touchdown!

GSMArena team, 04 April 2008

To pick up where we left, prepare to meet the next bestseller by Samsung. If you think Samsung F480 is not up to such a challenge you might want to think again. The compact touch-operated handset has every chance of becoming the next best thing...


Nokia 8800 Arte review: Art of seduction

Nokia 8800 Arte review: Art of seduction

GSMArena team, 07 February 2008

Stainless steel and OLED screen: there's no way a handset with that kind of features will ever blend in with the crowd of handsets. Add the hefty price tag and you got the high-end biting the dust too, just like that. But then, there's always someone...

Tags: Nokia, S40, 8800, Fashion


Nokia 7900 Prism review: In colored light

Nokia 7900 Prism review: In colored light

GSMArena team, 15 January 2008

The big bro in the Prism family doesn't really need to elbow its way into the spotlight. And, by the way, the two handsets in the Prism pair are nowhere near each other's clone. Nokia 7900 Prism offers features that are nowhere else to be found. It has...

Tags: Nokia, Prism, S40, Fashion


Samsung Armani review: Mobile haute couture

Samsung Armani review: Mobile haute couture

GSMArena team, 3 January 2008

If there's one thing the Samsung Armani phone has in abundance, it most definitely is style. Slim, compact and high-tech, the fully touch-operated Armani phone is not just the final touch to your look - it's the finish with a flourish. Anyway, with us...


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 8600 Luna review: Cast in glass

Nokia 8600 Luna review: Cast in glass

Martin Herodek, 01 August 2007

The Nokia 8600 Luna is keen to disarm and seduce. The unconventional materials used, the creative design, the rather practical set of accessories are hard enough to resist. Plus, the Luna is so largely unaffordable that it's tempting. This pretty much sums up...


LG KE850 Prada review: Sophistication made simple

LG KE850 Prada review: Sophistication made simple

GSMArena team, 29 May 2007

The Prada phone by LG is among those handhelds that rely solely on touch-based as opposed to stylus-based interface interaction. The famous Apple iPhone surely started the craze over such devices, but the LG KE850, elsewhere known as the Prada phone, is nothing like iPhone. A highly stylish and versatile multimedia device, the Prada branded mobile is a true joy to the eye and represents the true meaning of a fusion between a full-featured mobile phone and a fashion icon.

Tags: LG, Touch UI, Fashion


LG KU970 Shine review: A Vodafone touch

LG KU970 Shine review: A Vodafone touch

GSMArena team, 16 April 2007

The LG Shine fashion handset was released in two distinct versions. Not long ago we reviewed the KE970 Shine. This time we turn our attention to the LG KU970 – the 3G version which is to be exclusively sold by Vodafone. They share the same metallic bodies, the same 2 megapixel cameras and the same QVGA TFT display. Other than that software-wise the two Shine handsets are as different as they can be. Be our guest on this tour with the exciting LG KU970 Shine.


LG KE970 Shine review: High-gloss, high-class

LG KE970 Shine review: High-gloss, high-class

GSMArena team, 09 April 2007

LG continues their Black Label series but this time the black is replaced with a bit of silver shine. The new LG KE970 Shine is the first of the truly shiny devices of the Korean manufacturer that landed on our test site. Packing some serious horse power, the LG KE970 Shine is among the most advanced GSM handsets by LG and certainly one of the most attractive – armed with a 2 megapixel camera with auto focus, a QVGA TFT display, a microSD memory card slot and a number of other goodies it is sure to grab your attention. Read on for more on that exclusive device.


LG KE800 Platinum review: Chocolate sequel

LG KE800 Platinum review: Chocolate sequel

GSMArena team, 18 January 2007

Well, the story continues with the next exciting Chocolate mobile phone from the Black Label series of LG. The new contender has received a serious hardware upgrade and strives for making up for the main criticism to the original Chocolate - it aims to prove that style doesn't need come on the expense of functionality. With a 2 megapixel autofocus camera, a QVGA TFT display, a microSD memory card slot and FM radio, the LG Chocolate Platinum seems to have it all to win the hears of even the most pretentious ones. So bear with us as we review the device in detail.

Tags: LG, Fashion


Nokia 8800 Sirocco review: Luxury redefined

Nokia 8800 Sirocco review: Luxury redefined

Michal Sedlák, 20 Nov 2006

Sirocco is currently the most expensive Nokia model on the market. It has a sapphire protecting glass and glossy steel panels; among its standard accessories are a leather case, two batteries, a earphone, a Bluetooth handsfree, and a cleaning cloth. Apparently, future owners of Nokia 8800 Sirocco will be happening to rarely run one into another if ever.


LG KG800 Chocolate review: Dressed to impress

LG KG800 Chocolate review: Dressed to impress

GSMArena team, 31 May 2006

A new LG phone has hit the streets. The possible suspect is described as black, slim, sexy and most of all fashionable. Well then, we might just have some information on that suspect, Mr. Officer. The LG Chocolate phone is a gorgeous mobile phone offering a red-glowing navigation touchpad, 128MB of internal memory, 1.3 megapixel camera and MP3 player, tri-band GSM and GPRS support - all that incorporated into a slim slider shell.


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!


Nokia 8800 review: Exclusivity costs

Nokia 8800 review: Exclusivity costs

Michal Sedlák, 14 August 2005

Here is the new flagship of Nokia. Excellent performance, quality dislpay, camera and matt steel body. It is luxurious and beautiful... and you will have to clean it every five minutes. Who will posses it, will be exceptional. Do you want it? Street price around 800 euro.

Tags: Nokia, S40, 8800, Fashion


Nokia 7280 review: A toy for the rich

Nokia 7280 review: A toy for the rich

David Polesný, 17 January 2005

Nokia 7280 is the king among all stylish phones. The little oblong black brick provokes a mixture between astonishment and curiosity never mind the fact that handling its functions is confusing. Its equipment does not fall behind though either: feel free to enjoy a huge address book, 50MB of memory, MP3 ringtones, a camera, a radio, Bluetooth…

Tags: Nokia, Fashion