handset reviews

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo: Media Masterpiece

The Sony Ericsson neo is the manufacturer’s answer to the multimedia powerhouse. With killer specs including a Reality Display, 8.1 megapixel camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, we went to see if it lived up to expectations.

LG Optimus 2X: Grease Lightning

The LG Optimus 2X sees the Korean firm release its first serious smartphone in a while and is also the proud holder of the ‘world’s first dual-core processor handset’ title. We took it for a spin to find out if it’s up to speed…

Samsung Wave 2 – Surfing USA

The Samsung Wave 2, if you haven’t already guessed, is the successor of the hugely popular bada smartphone, the Samsung Wave. It’s bigger at 3.7 inches, but is it better? We hit the waves to find out.

Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type – A Good Mix

The Nokia X3-02 is another of Nokia’s secret weapons that they hope will take them to smartphone domination. This handset combines the best of both worlds and combines a touchscreen display with a traditional keypad.

Motorola XT720 – An Android Milestone

The Motorola XT720 is an unusual member of the Milestone family. It ditches the QWERTY keyboard for a full touchscreen design, but hasn’t got rid of the good specs including an 8 megapixel camera. Here’s our verdict.

Motorola Flipout – Good Flipping Fun!

We put the Motorola Flipout through its paces to see if there was more to it than just a quirky design. Find out how it shapes up in our in-depth handset review.