All posts tagged "Cell Phone"

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    Kyocera Loft S2300 Cell Phone Review

    With its Loft S2300, Kyocera once again offers Virgin Mobile customers a messaging-centric phone with a full keyboard. Sporting a simple, BlackBerry-like design, the Loft is a departure from the earlier Kyocera X-tc and Wild Card, but it manages to pack a decent number of messaging features in the minimalist body. Call...

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    Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid X Cell Phone Review

    The Motorola Droid X is excellent. It’s also a little excessive. This Hummer humdinger of a phone delivers the absolute maximum in state-of-the-art Android power, at the cost of stretching the joint between your thumb and your other four fingers. The Droid X will be one of the first phones to run...

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    Apple iPhone 4 Review

    iPhone 4 is sharp. Literally. It’s not just sharp-looking: Apple’s new iPhone is actually physically sharp, with hard edges that you’re just not used to finding on an Apple product. The stainless-steel-and-glass body, with its hard edges, is the newest obvious thing about iPhone 4, but the new model is packed with...

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    Tmobile RIM Blackberry Bold 9700 Review

    It’s been about a year since the original RIM BlackBerry Bold made its debut, and while it remains a very solid device, it’s about time that a flashier, faster model took over the reigns. And that device would be the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700. Not only is it T-Mobile’s first 3G BlackBerry,...

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    Verizon Wireless Samsung Rougue Review

    Samsung has had mixed results with touch-screen phones with full keyboards. Verizon’s Samsung Glyde had its share of faults, but we liked the Samsung Impression for AT&T quite a bit. Fortunately, the new Samsung Rogue for Verizon Wireless is no slouch. Not only is it a touch-screen and keyboard combo handset, but...

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    Verizon Wireless LG EnV Touch Review

    The LG EnV Touch was a surprise to us. We thought all of the EnV line of phones would be in the style of the LG EnV VX9900, the LG EnV2, and the more recent LG EnV3.Those phones had numeric keypads on the front, with QWERTY keyboards behind their flip designs. But...

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    Sprint's HTC EVO 4G Review

    Ever since it was first introduced at CTIA 2010, the anticipation and hype surrounding the HTC Evo 4G has taken on a life of its own.  Of course, this type of device comes with a whole set of expectations, which can either be met with joy or disappointment. Fortunately, for Sprint and...

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    Palm Pixi Plus Cell Phone Review

    Introduction If we had one disappointment with the Palm Pixi it was that it didn’t support WiFi. Not only does the Palm Pixi Plus support WiFi it also lets you turn the cell phone into a Mobile HotSpot so that you can share your data connection with up to 5 WiFi-enabled devices....

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    Samsung Mythic SGH-A897 Cell Phone Review

    Overview What’s Good: TouchWiz 2.0 offers improvements over previous versions.   What’s Bad: Battery life not great, and coverage is spotty at times. Introduction Despite the smartphone push by carriers, featurephones remain an important element in the wireless industry. To that end, the Samsung Mythic is a great addition to the field,...

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    Nokia N900 Cell Phone Review

    Overview What’s Good: Large 3.5-inch touchscreen, OS has a great deal of potential, good battery life for a smartphone.   What’s Bad: Earpiece volume is low and user interface needs work before it reaches mainstream appeal. Introduction Though not prevalent in the retail space just yet, Nokia’s Maemo operating system has serious...

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    Nokia Shade 2705 Cell Phone Review

    Overview What’s Good: Small size, good reception.   What’s Bad: Battery cover is flimsy, and the Shade doesn’t offer 3G connectivity. Introduction Despite the seemingly endless talk about smartphones, there’s still a market for regular, reliable, entry-level cell phones. Quite frankly, I doubt that grandpa, the texting teenager, or those keeping a...

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    PCD Razzle Cell Phone Review

    Overview What’s Good: Battery life; keyboard is relatively easy to type on.  What’s Bad: No 3G; 2.5mm headphone jack. Introduction Though most wireless manufacturers prefer to stay within set design boundaries, it’s nice to see a different phone every now and again. That being said, the PCD Razzle (branded as the Verizon...

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