The Optimus L7 headlines LG’s new L-Style line of Android phones, designed for users that want the latest software and features but don’t have the budget... Read Full Review
Released May 2012
For many years, Intel has been promising that it would revolutionize mobile computing. At CES 2010, it showcased a new Atom processor, Moorestown, and even... Read Full Review
Released Jun. 6, 2012
Huawei who? That's the question many English-speaking smartphone buyers might ask upon reading the company's logo. While Motorola, Nokia, RIM, Apple, HTC,... Read Full Review
Released Apr. 19, 2012
Until I held it my hands, I almost didn't believe it was a real product. The Asus PadFone has been shown a number of different times over the last 12 months,... Read Full Review
Released Apr. 20, 2012
Microsoft and Nokia's work on Windows Phone Tango devices, to lower device specification requirements, has led to the Lumia 610, a low-end handset primarily... Read Full Review
Released April 2012
The Xperia P is the mid-range entry in Sony's Xperia NXT series of smartphones announced at MWC earlier this year. It sits below the Xperia S and above the... Read Full Review
The Optimus 3D Max is perhaps the most puzzling entry in LG’s 2012 lineup. Priced at €499.99 (around $635) SIM-free in the EU, it's something of a second... Read Full Review
Released Apr. 23, 2012
The HTC Evo 4G is perhaps Sprint's most important phone ever. When it was released in 2010, it was Sprint's best phone by a long shot, and one of only a few... Read Full Review
Priced At $199.99
Released May. 24, 2012
These are tough times for the Japanese technology industry, and Sharp knows that as well as most. However, smartphones are one area where the company has... Read Full Review
Released February 2012
Panasonic's Eluga — the thin phone with the bizarre name — is the company's first shot at cracking into the colossal (and crowded) international... Read Full Review
Released Mar. 29, 2012
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