LG Secret KF750
February 4th, 2009

With a carbon fibre body, LG claim it’s the slimmest mobile with a 5 megapixel camera. Like many recent models, the front slides away to reveal the keypad, and the screen on the front is actually a touchscreen as well, put to greatest effect when accessing the one-touch multimedia functions.

Blackberry 8520
January 27th, 2010

But after a few forgettable models where the Blackberry’s distinctive design lost its way, the 8520 is back on track with the familiar layout, comfortable size and a miniature trackpad that makes getting around easy.


02 Xphone IIM
January 17th, 2006

It’s up to us as consumers to decide if we want to learn a new interface for each device or if one system is enough for every kind of data we need, whether it’s in gaming, mobile telephony or video playback.

Nokia gets down the business with the E61
September 19th, 2006

What that means is that it’s trying as hard as it can to be a mobile PC, which means a clutter-free interface, full keyboard and large screen.


Xda Atom Life
September 1st, 2007

It has a large onboard memory — 1Gb with a slot for an SD card — and you’ll have a hard time filling it up with everything you have unless you’re a rampant video clip collector or have a music collection that would stretch a late model iPod.

The desktop in your pocket
September 16th, 2011

Steve Jobs’ last innovation to reach the market before leaving Apple might have been moving the computer desktop one step closer to the smartphone interface.






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