Nokia N93 Reviews

Mobile-Review has posted a Nokia N93 review and comments on the smartphone’s camera: “The reason why the camera is integrated into the upper rim is not its actual measurements, but rather presence of optical zoom. Size of the matrix has remained pretty small and equals 4.5×5.5 mm, therefore images quality is not too far ahead [...]

  • May 20th, 2006
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Palm Treo 700p

The Palm Treo 700p was formally introduced yesterday. Here’s a round-up of the smart-phone’s features and specifications:

  • May 16th, 2006
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Mio A701 Reviews

GPS Passion has reviewed the Mio A701 and write: “Unlike the E-ten G500 that feels a bit like a “brick”, the A701 is a pleasure to carry around and look at, slightly reminiscent of the sleek Qtek S100 and it also comes with a convenient horizontal belt case. While it doesn’t feel as slow as [...]

  • May 12th, 2006
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E-TEN G500 Reviews

Trusted Reviews has published an intensive E-TEN G500 review and write: “I don’t like the fact that mains power and synchronising is provided by a proprietary connector. The converter from the round-pin mains power adaptor is on the USB sync cable, and E-TEN doesn’t provide a separate mini converter, so you need to carry the [...]

  • May 12th, 2006
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Nokia 3250 Reviews

Infosync has published a review for the Nokia 3250, here’s a little bit about the smartphone’s 2-megapixel camera: “Rotate the swivelling keypad of the Nokia 3250 ninety degrees in the opposite direction of that used to access to the music player, and voilá; up comes the interface of a 2 Megapixel camera which produces [...]

  • April 13th, 2006
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O2 XDA Mini S Reviews

InfoSync has reviewed the O2 XDA Mini S, they gave it 80% and write: “Although disappointingly void of 3G connectivity, the O2 XDA Mini S performs an admirable balancing act with features on one side of the bar and size on the other. Its first-rate thumb board joins a decent set of applications to render [...]

  • March 23rd, 2006
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BenQ-Siemens P51

The BenQ-Siemens P51 first revealed at CeBIT 2006 is an updated version of the P50, the Pocket PC phone supports EDGE technology and runs the Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system. The P51 smart phone also provides W-Lan and VoIP with incorporated GPS receiver, offering the user a total communication and navigation device.

  • March 10th, 2006
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Sprint PPC-6700 Reviews

Laptop Mag has reviewed the Sprint PPC-6700 and writes: “Our biggest gripe with this PDA/phone combo is its display. Yes, it looks great indoors, but we could barely make out the numbers on the Phone screen outside on a sunny day. You’ll either have to hold the PPC-6700 at the right angle to see the [...]

  • March 9th, 2006
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Qtek 8310 Review

Howard Chui has published a Qtek 8310 review and has this to say about the Qtek 8310’s camera: “The Qtek 8310 comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera. Image quality is quite poor. Colours are slightly off and resolution is terrible. The actual camera application has a lot of different options.”

  • March 1st, 2006
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Cingular 2125 Reviews

TopTechNews has reviewed the Cingular 2125 and writes: “The pros of the Cingular 2125 far outweigh the cons. We understand sacrificing a Qwerty-style keyboard for the sake of portability. Ultimately, the 2125 is an eye-catching handset that offers numerous features of interest to business users living in a Windows world.”
Mobility Site has provided a [...]

  • February 23rd, 2006
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