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Samsung Galaxy Win

04/08/13
A big-screen phone without the big price, the Samsung Galaxy Win sports a fairly modest interior underneath its substantial exterior.

HTC First

04/07/13
If you are the sort of person who is always on Facebook, then the HTC First may be exactly what you are looking for in a smartphone.

DNAroid 1000 - Smartphone DNA tester

04/01/13
If you've ever wondered exactly what mystery meat might be lurking in your lunch, the new DNAroid 1000 will come up with the answers.. if ...

Sony Xperia L

03/20/13
A midrange Android smartphone with features that would have been high-end not long ago, the Sony Xperia L looks like it might have market ...

Sony Xperia SP

03/19/13
A relatively high-end device in Sony's line-up, the Sony Xperia SP seems like a viable option if you find the Xperia Z a bit too heavy on ...

Samsung Galaxy S4

03/15/13
Bigger, faster and better than before, the Samsung Galaxy S4 stretches the concept of a smartphone into places we haven't been before.

Retro: Samsung Galaxy and Galaxy S

03/12/13
With the Samsung Galaxy S IV due to be announced this week, we take a look back to the original Samsung Galaxy and Galaxy S devices to see ...

Alcatel One Touch Fire

03/06/13
Possibly the world's first Firefox OS phone, the Alcatel One Touch Fire is a compact, attractive and presumably inexpensive device. But is ...

Huawei Ascend P2

02/27/13
Billed as the world's fastest LTE device, the Huawei Ascend P2 promises to blow your socks off. Assuming that you have the right kind of ...

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

02/26/13
Perhaps the ultimate slabby device, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z has a minimalist design hiding a very powerful tablet with a few special ...

LG Optimus L3 II, L5 II and L7 II

02/26/13
LG announced their new L Series II devices a few days ago, and now we have some more details on the LG Optimus L3 II, L5 II and L7 II ...

ASUS Fonepad

02/26/13
You can use the ASUS Fonepad as a small tablet, or a really, really big phone. Just try not to confuse it with the ASUS PadFone, OK