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ZTE Grand X Review


Despite being less popular in the smartphone industry, the Chinese phone maker, ZTE has a big ambition to be up there among the likes of Samsung and HTC. Powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor and Android 4.0, the ZTE Grand X is aimed to give consumers the biggest bangs for the bucks.

Design ZTE Grand X is a (more…)

HTC One X Review


When it was released, HTC One X impressed many with its quad-core processor, sublimely thin chassis and huge HD display. It’s quite clear from the outset what the company seeks to do, with the phone’s powerful capability and slick design.

Processor The 1.5GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor is definitely the next level in mobile computing. Backed up by a huge 1GB of RAM, the hardware platform translates (more…)

Samsung Galaxy S3 Review


Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 at a glitzy event in London and it gathered 10 million pre-orders even before the official release. Galaxy S3’s success is contributed by a palatable price tag for a high-end phone as well as its impressive features.

Design Samsung says that the Galaxy S3 is inspired by nature. While this could sound a little hyperbolic, the nature-themed design is certainly there. The phone (more…)

Sony Xperia T Smart Phone Preview

Sony Xperia T Smart Phone

Latest Xperia handsets are ushering a new era for the mobile division of the Japanese electronics manufacturer. The Sony Xperia T is sitting on top of the pile with its high-end specs.

Design When you grab the T for the first time, you will note its arched back, which is a design nod to the earlier Xperia Arc S and Xperia Arc. The Sony Xperia T feels well (more…)

HTC Desire X Preview


The Desire X could be an attempt to win back legions of ex Desire owners with something well-aimed in budget category. When it comes to specs, the phone itself looks rather unremarkable with its somewhat average specs, including the relatively low-clocked 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

Design The HTC Desire X is more “smartphone” than a “superphone” and it feels like the HTC One X when held due (more…)