The Good The Palm Treo 800w brings the addition of Wi-Fi and GPS. The Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone also offers EV-DO Rev. A support; a higher resolution touch screen; a slimmer design; and a 2-megapixel camera. The Bad The Treo 800w can be sluggish at times and call quality could be better. The QWERTY keyboard may also […]

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BlackBerry Pearl review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130 keeps the same sleek design of its predecessor but adds built-in GPS, EV-DO support, and video-recording capabilities. The smartphone’s Web browser is also improved, and it has a 2-megapixel camera. The device’s messaging functions remain strong. The Bad The SureType keyboard takes some acclimation, and call quality could be slightly […]

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i-mate K-JAM review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good Charges via USB. Quad-band good for travellers. Supports Wi-Fi. Good battery life. The Bad Rotation is twitchy. Processor performance only average. Screen could be easily damaged. Very ordinary camera. No 3G. The Bottom Line The i-mate K-JAM offers a good package of business features at an acceptable price, although if you want top-notch performance, look elsewhere.Not […]

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UTStarcom G’zOne Type-S review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good The Verizon Wireless G’zOne Type-S is a military-tested phone meant to withstand everything from water immersion to drops on the floor. It has Bluetooth support, a speakerphone, and flashlight functionality. The Bad The Verizon Wireless G’zOne Type-S has a VGA camera that took mediocre photos. It also does not have analog roaming. The Bottom Line Though […]

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The Good The Kogan Agora 6 Plus punches well above its weight when it comes to design and build. The Bad The battery life is middling, and the Agora 6 Plus is still very much midrange under the hood. The Bottom Line If it’s in your price range, it’s hard to look past the Kogan Agora 6 Plus. […]

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With its latest phone, the Swift 2, British company Wileyfox hopes to tempt your wallet with a cheap Android phone that doesn’t cut corners with its slick metal body. While its previous phone, the Spark, was all about the budget — it was only £80 — the Swift 2 puts some superior hardware in the mix […]

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Samsung HD Icon review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good Excellent AMOLED display. Best media playback options we’ve seen to date. DLNA and TV-out cable for media sharing. Roadsync for Outlook email. Responsive touchscreen input. The Bad Average photo and video recording quality. Standard one-day battery life. No app store to download new tools and games. The Bottom Line Samsung has succeeded in creating the ultimate […]

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Samsung A701 review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good Vivid super-bright screen. High-speed connection. Solid software bundle. Includes 512MB microSD card. The Bad Proprietary charger and headphone connection. Low internal memory. The Bottom Line While a decent phone in its own right, what makes the A701 stand out is what the Next G service brings to the mix, such as streaming video content and a […]

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O2 Xda Atom Life review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good Fast application response. O2 MediaPlus Package works nicely. Loud stereo speakers. The Bad Small touchscreen icons demand stylus. Loud stereo speakers. Low battery life. The Bottom Line The Atom Life tries very hard to bridge the gap between serious business tools and lifestyle gadgets. It’s surprising, then, that it’s a better business tool than fun phone. […]

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Motorola Moto E4 review

  • Jul 03, 2020

The Good The Moto E4 has a near stock version of Android Nougat, a fingerprint reader, a removeable battery, a selfie flash and is splash resistant — all while being ridiculously cheap. The Bad The display is hard to see in sunlight and the camera is slow to process photos. The Bottom Line The Moto E4 is the […]

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