Microsoft 2009 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Microsoft Articles for 2009

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[...]

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 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.[...]

HTC Touch Pro2 Preview

The HTC Touch Pro2 is an upcoming high-end Windows Mobile smartphone with a large, WVGA touchscreen and a sliding keyboard. Brighthand's Ed Hardy recorded a video overview of this device,[...]

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[...]

DataViz Documents To Go 2.0 for Android Review

DataViz Documents To Go 2.0 lets users of Android-based phones work view and edit Microsoft Office files. Mark Shryock brings us a review of this app that includes support for[...]

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Review

The Xperia X1 is the first Windows Mobile smartphone from Sony Ericsson. It's an ambitious start: a WVGA touchscreen, built-in keyboard, GPS, 3G, and a host of other high-end features.[...]

HTC Touch Pro2 for Sprint Review

Sprint is now offering the HTC Touch Pro2, a high-end Windows phone well supplied with features, including a large touchscreen and keyboard, mobile broadband, Wi-Fi, GPS, and much more. Jen[...]

Motorola Droid Can Now Sync With Outlook and Entourage

There's good news for those who want to synchronize their Motorola Droid with their desktop computer: Mark/Space's app for syncing PCs and Macs with Android OS smartphones now supports this[...]

HTC Snap Review

The HTC Snap is a messaging-oriented Windows phone. Jen Edwards brings us a review of this device with an attractive design featuring a QWERTY keyboard.

HTC Touch Diamond2 Review

The HTC Touch Diamond2 is a Windows phone focused on its WVGA touchscreen. Jen Edwards calls it "one of the coolest, sleekest phones I've seen so far."

Samsung Jack Review

The Samsung Jack has a focus on mobile messaging -- both business and personal. Jen Edwards brings us this review of the successor the very popular BlackJack and BlackJack II.

Android 2.0 Will Sync With Exchange, Facebook

Android 2.0 has not yet been formally announced, but a great deal of information about it has recently appeared on the Web. Among the most significant changes in the next[...]

HTC Touch Pro2 for T-Mobile Review

The Touch Pro2 was recently released by T-Mobile USA. Ed Hardy brings us a review if this high-end Windows phone with a WVGA screen, mobile broadband, Wi-Fi, GPS, and much[...]

Samsung Intrepid Review

Sprint's first smartphone running the new Windows Mobile 6.5 Pro is the Samsung Intrepid. Jen Edwards brings us a review of this smartphone, which sports a QVGA screen, built-in keyboard,[...]

HTC Imagio Review

The HTC Imagio is a high-end smartphone from Verizon that is one of the first with Windows Mobile 6.5. Adama D. Brown says this multimedia-oriented device is "probably the[...]

HTC Snap Preview

The HTC Snap is a newly-announced QWERTY smartphone that will be released later this year. The unveiling was at the CTIA tradeshow, and Brighthand's Ed Hardy was there to get[...]

A First Glimpse of All HTC’s Upcoming Android and Windows Mobile Models

A roadmap showing what appears to be every smartphone that HTC has in development has leaked out of the company. This includes at least one Android-based model, and a number[...]

Samsung Omnia II First Impressions Review

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

Windows Mobile 6.5 Is Official, but Not Coming Soon

Microsoft has just formally announced Windows Mobile 6.5, the next version of its operating system for high-end phones. This includes significant changes to its appearance, and is the first step[...]