Reviews

Sony Xperia E dual review: Decent Dual-SIM Android - thumb picture The Sony Xperia E dual is affordable, versatile, able to work with two SIM cards simultaneously and provides access to Google Play's vast library of Android applications. The device also has a decent spec sheet which includes a 3.5-inch screen, a 1G...

Nokia Lumia 510 review: The cheapest Windows Phone Lumia - thumb picture Nokia Lumia 510 is the cheapest Windows Phone Lumia available with a price that starts in the sub-$200 off-contract, but also the first to be released straight on Windows Phone 7.8 on most markets. Its low price point and various flashy color schemes...

Nokia Asha 309 review: Capacitive Touchscreen Featurephone - thumb picture The Nokia Asha 309 is yet another affordable feature phone that comes with a capacitive 3-inch touchscreen display and with the fresh new interface of the Series 40 platform. However, with the gap between feature phones and smartphones quickly disa...

LG Mach LS860 review: Impressive QWERTY-touting LTE Smartphone - thumb picture Well, folks, it looks like the QWERTY isnít dying, after all. After Motorolaís Photon Q, a high end device for Sprint, it is LGís turn to come up with QWERTY-touting smartphone. The LG Mach, an updated version of Sprintís LG Viper, is a mid-range dev...

Nokia Lumia 822 review: WP8 Affordable LTE Smartphone - thumb picture Among all new Android smartphones Verizon has offered lately, the carrier also introduced two Windows Phone 8 devices: the Nokia Lumia 822 and the HTC Windows Phone 8X. The Lumia 822 costs $99.99 on contract being mostly the same device as the Lumia...

Nokia Lumia 920 review: Windows Phone 8 Flagship - thumb picture The Nokia Lumia 920 is the Finnish companyís flagship handset, the most feature-packed of the initial Windows Phone 8 line up, eventually an attempt from the Finns to regain dominance in the mobile market. It lures customers with a glove-friendly scr...

Sony Xperia J review: Affordable mid-range Android - thumb picture Known to have delivered decent mid-range Android smartphones at affordable prices, Sony is trying to do the same by launching the Xperia J, the latest device of this kind to join the line-up. The Xperia J takes its pride in a large 4-inch display and...

Motorola RAZR i XT890 review: Intel-based Android - thumb picture The Motorola RAZR i is another Android smartphone that comes with an Intel processor inside, but Motorola stands as the first big name in the mobile industry to adopt it. The RAZR i looks very similar to its Snapdragon-powered relative, the Motorola...

LG Escape P870 review: Decent entry-level Android - thumb picture After AT&T threw the more than decent Pantech Flex in the fierce battle of the entry-level market not long ago, it is now LG Escapeís turn to make an appearance on the carrierís line-up for an appealing price of $50 on-contract. Besides the very aff...

Sony Xperia miro review: Decent low-end Android - thumb picture The Sony Xperia miro addresses to the young and socially active people who are looking for a decent smartphone without willing to spend a lot of cash on one. It is a low-end handset that sports a 3.5-inch screen, a 5-megapixels camera, Android 4.0 IC...