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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.

Nokia E71 Review

In his latest review, Antoine Wright says, "If you need a smartphone that works very hard, but leaves room to play, it's very hard to find anything out currently that[...]

Skyfire Mobile Web Browser Preview

Skyfire is a newly announced web browser for mobile devices. Brighthand's Ed Hardy has been testing out a early beta of this application, and he calls it "far and away[...]

Nokia 9300 Smartphone Review

Outside of the US, the Nokia 9300 is old hat. About a year after its global release though, the 9300 will gain fresh legs in the US. It is expected[...]

Nokia N95 Review

The N95 is the flagship multimedia computer/smartphone device by Nokia. Offering a drool-worthy list of features, it's designed to do a lot in an extremely pocketable package. Antoine Wright brings[...]

Nokia E61 Review

In this guest review, long-time smartphone user Perry Longinotti shares his thoughts on a new business-oriented devices from Nokia. The E61 offers an impressive list of features, including a built-in[...]

The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet – Full Review

The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is a device in a class of its own. It is not a Tablet PC. It is not a PDA. It's not a phone or[...]

Nokia E61i Review

The Nokia E61i is a Symbian/S60 smartphone with an emphasis on business. It features a built-in keyboard, 3G cellular-wireless networking, and Wi-Fi. Antoine Wright has a review.

iPhone vs. Android: a Study in Contrasts

Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]

Nokia E62 Review

Adama D. Brown tests out a new S60 smartphone now being offered by Cingular Wireless.

Nokia 6682 Review

A few weeks ago we brought you a review of the Nokia 9300, another Smartphone with similar goals as the 6682, but an entirely different approach. The 6682 is distinctly[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Nokia 3650 phone

The Nokia 3650 is more than just the phone with the funny-looking keypad. It's an excellent tri-band phone with most of the features found in today?s high-end cell phones, including[...]

Brighthand’s First Impressions of the Nokia 9500 Communicator

Ed Hardy had an opportunity to try out an upcoming high-end wireless handheld from Nokia. He brings us his initial thoughts on this model, which offers a good-sized display, a[...]

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.

iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard Review

For many, a smartphone or handheld is he center of a mobile office. Ed Hardy says a lot of these people could benefit from an iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard.

System Software for the Nokia N97 Mini Updated

Just a few days after updating the firmware on the Nokia N97, its sister model the N97 Mini has also been updated. These two smartphones have much in common, and[...]

Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power Outlet Review

Energizer has a solution for people who can never seem to find a power outlet when they need one. Kevin O'Brien has a review of this company's portable battery[...]

Nokia N96 First Thoughts Preview

Nokia has unveiled its latest high-end Symbian/S60 smartphone with a multimedia focus, the N96. This device is on display now at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Brighthand's Kevin[...]

Nokia N81 8GB Review

Antoine Wright brings us a review of the Nokia N81 8GB a Symbian/S60 smartphone with an emphasis on multimedia and gaming.

Nokia Opening Ovi Software Store for Symbian S60 and S40 Devices

Nokia has jumped into the application store fray with Ovi Store, a on-device software and services marketplace which will be further enhanced through a social discovery feature.