Bluetooth 2009 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Bluetooth Articles for 2009

Nokia E63 Review

The Nokia E63 is a low-cost, high-value Symbian S60 smartphone. Antoine Wright has taken a few weeks with this model and presents his opinions on it.

LG Versa Review

The LG Versa is one of the newest phones available on the Verizon network, and it's aptly named because it's removable keyboard makes it quite versatile.

HTC HD2 Preview

The HTC HD2 is an upcoming Windows phone with a feature set that few of its competitors will be able to match. This starts with a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen[...]

Motorola Droid Review

The Motorola Droid turns heads with its WVGA+ display, sliding keyboard, 5 MPx camera, and a 16 GB memory card. Brighthand Editor Ed Hardy brings us a review of this[...]

Apple iPhone 3G S Review

The iPhone 3G S -- Apple's third-generation smartphone -- has just hit store shelves. Nick Spohnholtz brings us this review, in which he confirms Apple's promise that this version is[...]

BlackBerry Bold 9700 Review

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 -- sometimes called the Bold2 -- sports an HVGA screen, keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3G and more. Shaun Mahal says this device's enhanced feature set and improved design[...]

BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review

The BlackBerry Curve 8520 is a recently-released smartphone from T-Mobile USA. As the latest device in the Curve series, its hardware and software has been updated, and it offers a[...]

HTC Touch HD Review

The HTC Touch HD offers a wide array of high-end features: WVGA display, 5 MPx camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and the latest version of Microsoft Windows Mobile. Ed Hardy[...]

Samsung Impression Review

The Samsung Impression is one of AT&T's latest high-end phones. It's the first phone widely available in the U.S. with an AMOLED display, and Jen Edwards gives it high marks[...]

Sony PSP Go Review

The PSP Go is the latest in the PlayStation Portable family. This mobile gaming device is smaller than its predecessors, and has a sliding design. It forgoes the UMD drive[...]

BlackBerry Tour 9630 Review

The BlackBerry Tour is RIM's latest smartphone from Sprint and Verizon. This mid-range model offers a full QWERTY keyboard and support for both CDMA and GSM networks -- including EV-DO[...]

Samsung Alias 2 Review

The Samsung Alias 2 is a dual-hinge messaging phone that doesn't look all that remarkable at first glance, but Jen Edwards was very impressed with its E-Ink keyboard that changes[...]

HTC Hero Review

The HTC Hero is a smartphone running Google's Android. Jen Edwards brings a review of this device which has features for both work and play.

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Review

The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is the first Symbian S60 smartphone with a touchscreen. Antoine Wright takes this mid-range device for an extended spin and finds several surprises.

BlackBerry Curve 8900 Review

The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a thin and light smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and support for T-Mobile's Wi-Fi VoIP service. It takes many of the best features of[...]

Palm Pre and webOS Preview

At long last, Palm, Inc. has unveiled its new operating system and the first device that will run it. Brighthand's Ed Hardy has been extensively briefed on the webOS and[...]

Palm Pixi Review

The new Palm Pixi is in many ways a successor to the Palm Centro: small, inexpensive, and useful. Jen Edwards brings us a review of the second webOS device, which[...]

Samsung Saga Review

The Samsung Saga is a Windows Mobile smartphone that offers Verizon voice and high-speed data service in the U.S., but can also be used on wireless networks around the world.[...]

LG Dare Review

The LG Dare is a high-end phone from Verizon whose large touchscreen, easy to use music player, and highly-functional camera give it an emphasis on multimedia. Jen Edwards brings us[...]

Samsung Omnia II Review

Verizon Wireless recently released the long-awaited Samsung Omnia II. Jen Edwards brings us her full review of this high-end smartphone with a large AM-OLED display, the TouchWiz user interface, and[...]