HTC Touch Pro
June 24th, 2009

The device is an odd, heavy and blocky shape and could be more comfortable or at least a bit more imaginative as the form factor of the new generation of landscape-oriented mobiles demands, and the signal dropped out or just failed to connect several times.

Sony Ericsson C510
July 27th, 2009

We were also pleasantly surprised by the quality and resolution of the images to come out of the camera, and the reason is because Sony Ericsson have put a serious, brand name device inside rather than a cheap add-on.


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.

Iliad, Philips VOIP 841, HTC P3470
June 17th, 2008

The Iliad has a clear surface with none of the reflecting or text artefacting properties of a PC screen, and by flicking the page turn bar on the left, reading on the 400g device is easy and comfortable.


Nokia adds new look in fashion to easy functions
June 6th, 2006

Their market is obviously women but not teenage girls, so while each model in the L’Amour collection has what you expect in any phone, they aren’t packed with everything that opens and shuts.

Treo 680
February 13th, 2007

Together with a profile that’s both improved and familiar, the Treo is still the first device to think of for a true smartphone that doesn’t let either the data or phone functions suffer at each other’s expense.






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