Reviews

Pantech Flex  P8010 review: Premium US Attempt - thumb picture What makes the Pantech Flex for AT&T an extremely interesting Android smartphone (besides being very affordable) is a more than decent spec-sheet which includes Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and an 8-megapixels rear-fa...

Sony Xperia tipo review: Decent Entry-Level ICS Android - thumb picture Sony Xperia tipo, also known as the ST21i, is the first truly entry-level Android from the Japanese manufacturer, who also said it would be launching a number of other under-$200 Androids in the first half of next year. It costs around $160 and featu...

Motorola DROID RAZR M review: Competitive Affordable Mid-Ranger - thumb picture Until Motorola's two upcoming flagship smartphones for Verizon, the Motorola DROID RAZR HD and DROID RAZR HD MAXX, are available later this year, the carrier’s customers can enjoy another next-generation DROID, the Motorola DROID RAZR M....

Kyocera Rise C5155 review: Affordable Android 4.0 Experience - thumb picture Although Kyocera is not a huge name in the smartphones industry, it is certainly well-known for keeping costs low and, at the same time, offering some nice solid devices. This is also the case of the Kyocera Rise which brings Android 4.0 out of the b...

Nokia Asha 305 review: Dual-SIM Series 40 Feature Phone - thumb picture The Nokia Asha 305 is a touch-screen dual-SIM feature phone which sells for a very affordable price and promises a smartphone-like experience. Although it is one of the cheapest phones with two SIMs and a touchscreen (half the price of the cheapest...

HTC Desire V review: HTC’s first dual-SIM offering - thumb picture Not only are dual-SIM smartphones cheap, low-powered, and popular mainly in developing markets, but they are still a rare breed as well. The HTC Desire V comes to fix that, as it is the company's first dual-SIM smartphone featuring an attractive desi...

Pantech Marauder review: Inexpensive 4G LTE smartphone - thumb picture So far, in case you were after a Verizon 4G LTE smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, your options were limited to the Samsung Stratosphere, or Motorola DROID 4, but now the carrier comes with a new option, offering the Pantech Marauder. The ph...

BlackBerry Curve 9310 review: Affordable BlackBerry Experience - thumb picture The new BlackBerry Curve 9310 follows in the footsteps of the BlackBerry Curve 9330 from two years ago. It is available from Verizon Wireless for the affordable $49 with a 2-year contract. There is nothing spectacular about the new model, but at leas...

Alcatel OT-995 review: Inexpensive 3G Android - thumb picture Do you remember Alcatel? It may not be a very well established name in the smartphone industry, but has been around for quite a while and is experienced enough to produce a decent device. The Alcatel One Touch 995 Ultra (OT-995) offers a spacious 4....

Samsung Exhilarate i577 review: Eco-friendly Android - thumb picture After adding plenty of top-shelf smartphones like the Nokia Lumia 900, HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S III, or Sony Xperia ion to its lineup, AT&T has decided to come up with a more affordable solution, the eco-friendly Samsung Exhilarate that costs you...