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    Samsung Seek Cell Phone Review

    Even though we typically associate the touch-screen interface with smartphones and high-end feature phones, there are midrange devices that offer it as well. Take the Samsung Seek from Sprint, for example. Billed as a simple messaging phone with a social networking bent, the Seek comes with a decent touch-screen display in addition...

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    Motorola i1 Cell Phone Review

    Though the Motorola i1 first debuted for Boost Mobile, we initially heard about it as a Sprint Nextel phone. As we mentioned in our review of the Boost Mobile version, the Motorola i1 is notable because it is the first-ever Google Android phone to run on Nextel’s iDEN network. It is also...

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    Samsung Epic 4G Cell Phone Review

    Out of all the phones in the Samsung Galaxy S series, the Epic 4G strikes us as the most desirable for power users. Like all Galaxy S phones, the Epic 4G has a large Super AMOLED touch screen, a 1GHz Hummingbird Cortex A8 processor, and it will have access to Samsung’s upcoming...

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    Samsung Captivate Review

    Introduction Captivate is Samsung’s new Android powered smartphone for AT&T, and along with T-Mobile’s Vibrant it’s the first of the Korean phone maker’s “Galaxy S” devices to hit a US carrier. Featuring a 4″ screen with Super AMOLED technology, a super-quick 1GHz processor, and Android 2.1 OS paired with Samsung’s own TouchWiz...

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    Samsung Vibrant Review

    While T-Mobile pioneered the Android “revolution” in the United States, the nation’s fourth largest wireless carrier hasn’t had a high-end, slate-like Android device until now.  Enter the Samsung Vibrant, a member of the Galaxy S series, and the one that most closely resembles the European Galaxy S design.  With a 1 GHz...

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    LG Remarq Review

    Introduction Sprint and LG are adding to their line of environmentally friendly phones with the LG Remarq, a small device with a full QWERTY keyboard, 1.3MP camera and easy access to all of your favorite social networks. It may not have the top-of-line features you’ll see in other phones, but Sprint is...

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    Samsung Intercept Review

    Introduction Samsung is at it again, and they’re expanding their Android horizons by focusing on more than one demographic.  Hot off the Galaxy S announcements a few weeks ago, the mid-range Intercept has landed at Sprint.  Complete with Android 2.1, a full QWERTY keyboard, and 3G connectivity, the replacement to the Samsung...

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    Nokia E73 Review

    Introduction Despite the summer flood of high-end smartphones, there’s a market out there for those that want mid-range devices.  With a nice QWERTY keyboard, it’s great for those that e-mail and text message on a regular basis, and the 5.0-megapixel camera isn’t too shabby either.  What’s more (spoiler alert), the reception and...

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    LG Imprint MN240 Cell Phone Review

    At first glance, the plastic-smooth and podlike LG Imprint for MetroPCS looks akin to the Kin One slider, though it’s actually a twin to Sprint’s LG Remarq, right down to the stylish leaf-shaped speaker punched into the phone’s back cover and the Energy Star-rated charger. Interestingly, unlike the Remarq, MetroPCS isn’t billing...

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    LG Vu Plus Cell Phone Review

    When AT&T Mobile TV launched two years ago, the LG Vu was one of AT&T ‘s launch devices for the live mobile TV service. The Vu had a lovely 3-inch display, and it even had a pull-out antenna to further amplify its television reception. Still, the design was getting long in the...

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    RIM BlackBerry Bold 9650 Cell Phone Review

    Just like the Sprint version, the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9650 for Verizon brings an update to the carrier’s BlackBerry Tour. It’s not a major overhaul but brings some nice enhancements, including Wi-Fi, double the onboard memory, and an optical touchpad, to make it a worthwhile upgrade. In this review, we will focus...

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    HTC Aria Cell Phone Review

    At CES 2010, AT&T announced it would introduce an HTC Android phone this year. True to its word, it just unveiled the HTC Aria. Similar to the HTC HD Mini in design, the Aria runs on Android 2.1 with HTC’s Sense user interface and includes a good deal of features for its...

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