Nokia vs Hammer & Nails
TAGS: gorilla glass | Gorilla Glass 2 | Lumia 710 | Lumia 900 | Nokia | smartphone | Windows Phone | Windows Phone 7 Nokia posted the video below on their PR site, ‘Conversations By Nokia’, last Friday night. The timing is quite apt with so many of us wondering what to do on …Continue reading →
Samsung Finally Out-Apples the iPhone
There’s a lot of fighting going on between Apple and the company that could be considered the most critical to its success so far; Samsung. The latter makes, amongst other …Continue reading →
Hands On With the HTC Incredible S
TAGS: Android | HTC | smartphone The HTC Incredible S at first use looks a lot like every other HTC phone. When I first got it from MobiCity I initially thought that using the Incredible S …Continue reading →
The Motorola Atrix’ Very Lengthy Hands-On Review
TAGS: Android | Mobile Review | Motorola | smartphone My trusty Desire went in for repairs a couple of weeks ago. It seems I treated it badly and although it was still fully functional – almost – it was …Continue reading →
Motorola Defy Hands-On
On picking up the Motorola Defy from MobiCity I asked if it was ok to load a custom ROM if the screen sensitivity issues revealed in the Motorola Droid 2 …Continue reading →
Nokia N8; Live Review!
Follow a live one-week review of a Nokia N8 user. Go from the unboxing, set up and initial configuration through to day-to-day use at http://twitter.com/MobiCity_N8. You can also field your …Continue reading →
Hands-On Review: Dell Streak (Mini-5)
Over the past four weeks I’ve again had the privilege of getting my hands on one of the most lusted-after pieces of mobile technology in recent days, the Dell Streak. …Continue reading →
Android Tablet Prototype Hands On
Android Smart Tablet. The words I’ve been hoping to see on a device in my hands for some time now. MobiCity were kind enough to lend me one for a …Continue reading →
Sony Ericsson X10i Mini Review
TAGS: Android | review | Sony Ericsson | Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Mini Review Ok, so the title is a bit specific but the X10 Mini isn’t. The Mini is squarely targeted at those avoiding the ever-escalating race to see who can squeeze the most features in behind a 3.5 to 4.5 inch screen. Actually, any company making electronics would be well served to pull the X10 apart and look at what is a masterpiece of miniaturisation. I’ll go more into that later but for now you’ll just have to take my word for it.
HTC Desire Review
TAGS: HTC | htc desire | phone review | review Let me begin by saying that the HTC Desire is not an iPhone killer. Tech journalists everywhere have been saying this since the first review units got into the wild but they’ve all got it wrong. To compare this handset to an iPhone is like comparing a PlayStation3 to a PC. What they have in common is games, social networking and web-browsing. The PC’s additional productivity capabilities are what keeps them ahead of the pack for market penetration. This is true also of the Android-running Desire and why this phone is not, and never will be, an iPhone killer. They operate and deliver information using completely different design intentions.