HTC Vivid Review
HTC
HTC’s unassuming plastic slab has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4.5” qHD display and 8Mp rear-facing camera with dual LED flash. It surely battles for our disposable dollars with its hefty design. Many consumers in the industry have associated the Taiwanese company with its distinctive aluminum unibody constructions.  You may not easily attract much attention when whipping the Vivid out in …
Huawei Ascend Y100 Review
New Smartphone
The Ascend Y100 could be among the tiniest smartphones you have ever seen in recent years. It will fit into the palm of your hand almost perfectly. As expected from an entry level device, there’s nothing remarkable about the design. But you may appreciate its chrome strip and rounded corners. While the Ascend Y100 doesn’t feel like a premium device, …
Panasonic Eluga Review
Android
Panasonic Eluga marks the return of the manufacturer to the phone market. Eluga (elegant user oriented gateway) may turn some heads with its tough IP57-certified chassis, which can withstand an immersion in 3 feet water for half an hour. Just 103 grams and 7.8mm thick, the phone is one of the lightest and slimmest in the market today. The Panasonic …
Motorola Droid Razr HD Review
Android
While many of us may have some reservations about Motorola’s early DROID RAZR models, the new RAZR HD seems to address past issues effectively while offering a much slicker smartphone design. We can easily plenty of similarities between the original DROID RAZR and the newer DROID RAZR HD with their Kevlar back and a large build. But when we see …
HTC Desire C Review
Android
HTC is bringing affordable ICS smartphones to the masses, but at what cost? The Desire C doesn’t seem to break the mold in terms of design with its standard rubberized plastic and standard black slab style. As usual, the 3.5” display only managed a HVGA resolution, which is well behind high-end models. Obviously, HTC pares down some of the effects …