Popular CDMA Articles for 2008
The Storm is the first BlackBerry with a touchscreen, and Brighthand's Shaun Mahal brings us a review of Verizon's version of this highly-anticipated smartphone.
The BlackBerry Curve 8330 is a 3G smartphone that seeks to straddle the different needs of both business users and consumers. Antoine Wright brings us this review.
An upcoming touchscreen BlackBerry device is tested on video, and is rumored to have a $199 price point for Verizon.
The Samsung Instinct is clearly intended to be Sprint's chief iPhone competitor. Brighthand's Ed Hardy was at the launch, and shares his first thoughts on this device, as well as[...]
One of Verizon Wireless' latest high-end smartphones is the XV6800, and Adama Brown brings us a review of this Windows Mobile 6 Professional model with Wi-Fi, EV-DO, and a sliding[...]
The Treo 800w is Palm's latest smartphone for business users, and its first with Wi-Fi and GPS. Adama Brown brings us a review of this Windows Mobile 6.1 device.
The HTC Touch Pro is a consumer-oriented smartphone merged with a business-oriented one to create a generally harmonious whole. Adama D. Brown brings us this review.
The Samsung Instinct is a new high-end phone that comes loaded with 3G high-speed Internet access, a GPS receiver, and a finger-friendly user interface. Ed Hardy brings us a review[...]
One of Verizon Wireless' Windows Mobile smartphones is the SMT5800, which includes 3G and both a keyboard and numberpad. Adama D. Brown brings us this review.
Adama D. Brown brings us this review of the Samsung Ace, a new Windows Mobile smartphone from Sprint that that, unlike most of this telecom's offerings, can be used in[...]
The HTC Touch Diamond is no longer just a rumor; the successor to the original HTC Touch it has been officially unveiled at an event in London.
The Verizon XV6900 is a 3G Windows Mobile device with an emphasis on its touchscreen. Adama Brown brings us a review of this smartphone, which is based on the HTC[...]
Verizon Wireless has promised to unlock the GPS on some of its recent Windows Mobile devices so they can use third-party navigation software.
New information has emerged on what will be the first BlackBerry smartphone with a touchscreen, including its official name. This also indicates this device will be a world phone.
Sprint recently released the Touch Diamond, a consumer-oriented smartphone with a VGA screen, 4 GB of storage, and EV-DO. Antoine Wright brings us a review of this Windows Mobile device.
Verizon is set to launch the first BlackBerry with a touchscreen tomorrow, and Brighthand's Shaun Mahal brings us a preliminary review of this highly-anticipated smartphone.
An HTC executive has confirmed rumors and speculation that the replacement for the very popular HTC Touch will debut at a press event his company has scheduled for early May.
Often when a new member of the Brighthand forum asks for advice on which device to buy, one of the questions that trips them up has to do with cell[...]
Verizon Wireless is reportedly prepping a trio of Windows Mobile-based devices that will debut next month.
Verizon Wireless has just launched the Samsung Saga, a Windows Mobile smartphone with a small keyboard, EV-DO, and support for CDMA and GSM networks, so it can be used around[...]