Samsung Focus Flash Review
New Smartphone
Packing a 3.7” Super-AMOLED display, 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor and Mango, the Samsung Focus Flash looks rather unassuming in this Windows Phone 8 era. Even with its plastic-dominated body, the Samsung Focus Flash surprisingly feels nice in out hands. The Adreno 205 GPU won’t do much to help the Focus Flash keeps pace with the likes of HTC 8X and Nokia …
Kyocera Milano Review
Android
It is easy to think of the Kyocera Milano as another messaging-oriented handset. Despite the presence of some attractive touches, the phone is decidedly a bulky and dull affair. One huge disappointment is the poor display, not only it is unbearably small at 3-inch, the QVGA resolution makes texts look choppy and graphics look fuzzy. Although we should appreciate Kyocera’s …
BlackBerry Torch 9810 Review
BlackBerry
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is a slider smartphone sporting a physical QWERTY keyboard, which is a direct enhancement over the earlier Torch 9800. The Torch 9810 is essentially the spitting image of its forebear, it feels, measures and looks the same, save for some minor changes. With a display the slides upwards to allow the use of a physical QWERTY …
ZTE Score M Review
Android
The ZTE Score M is an affordable way to get decent and comfortable Android experience. The phone weighs 4.8 ounces and a little bit thick at 12.7mm. The front is completely glass and the sides are made of shiny black plastic. With a 3.5” HVGA display, the Score M surely offers a budget feel and the display seems to be …
Motorola Droid RAZR Review
Motorola
To say that Droid RAZR is thin won’t do it justice as the 7.1” thick smartphone is amazingly svelte. Although the phone bulge somewhat around its 8Mp camera, that doesn’t enough make the phone feels cumbersome. The phone ships with a free 16GB microSD card to complement the rather limited 8GB of onboard storage. With a stunning mix of Corning …
ZTE Chorus Review
Smartphone Reviews
ZTE Chorus is an entry-level smartphone, which is characterized by the Muve Music service, which allow users to download albums and songs. Although a bit thick at 15mm, the Chorus still feels adequately lightweight. It is really unfortunate that the 3.2” display still uses resistive technology and WQVGA resolution. This means, users need to press harder on the display, instead …
Acer Liquid Express Review
Acer
Acer Liquid Express is noteworthy for being the company’s first NFC smartphone. Specs-wise, the phone is essentially an entry-level device with a 3.5” display, 800MHz single-core processor, 5Mp rear-facing camera and Gingerbread (Android 2.3). While the rest of the industry quickly jumped aboard the NFC bandwagon moments after the official release of the Nexus S, Acer chose to delay. But …
Motorola MOTOLUXE Review
Android
Motorola MOTOLUXE is a smartphone equipped with entry-level features. It comes with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) placed below the MotoSwitch UI. The phone features a 4” WVGA display, 800MHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM and an enhanced version of Adreno 200. Flip the phone around and you’ll find an 8Mp rear-facing camera with a LED flash, geotagging, white balance presets, exposure …
Samsung M400 Review
New Smartphone
Samsung M400 is low-end clamshell handset with 2.4” display and low resolution 1.3Mp rear-facing camera. The phone won’t win any beauty contest with its bulky design at a thickness of 18mm. The Qualcomm QSC6155 single-core processor is also not the fastest we can find in the market. It comes with an external display that notifies users about incoming text message …
LG A290 Review
LG
Many of us find that two network subscriptions are inadequate for daily uses. LG A290 is one of the few triple SIM phone available in the market. The phone should be appropriate for those who want to use three different numbers on a single phone. Despite the use of three different SIM cards, the keypad arrangement doesn’t look out of …