Software 2004 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Software Articles for 2004

Dell Axim X50 and X50v Review

Like previous Dell Axims, the new Axim X50 comes in several different types. The most cutting-edge of these is designated the X50v, for its VGA screen.

Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ hx4700

HP's first Pocket PC with a VGA screen is big in every way. It has the biggest screen and the biggest battery of any of the VGA Pocket PCs.[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Dell Axim X30

The Axim X30 is an updated version of one of Dell's earlier models, the X3i. Like its predecessor, the new model offers Wi-Fi and a good amount of memory in[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Dell Axim X50v

Dell's first Pocket PC with a VGA display has just been officially revealed to the world. This model offers an impressive feature set for an affordable price.

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Zire 72

The Zire 72 offers a much faster processor, more memory, and a higher resolution camera than its predecessor, the popular Zire 71. It also adds Bluetooth short-range wireless networking.

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TH55

The Clie TH55 is Sony's first model that offers a HVGA screen in a handheld with the traditional tablet design. It also includes a camera and Wi-Fi, though[...]

T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Review / Danger Hiptop 2 Review

The T-Mobile Sidekick 2, also sold as the Danger Hiptop 2, is a fun-loving converged device. This device is definitely targeted at consumers in the 16 - 30 year[...]

Mitac Mio 168 / Navman PiN GPS Integrated Pocket PC Review

Last year, the Garmin iQUE 3600 Palm OS based PDA with integrated GPS created quite a stir. That unit has been highly rated by users, leaving the "Pocket PC[...]

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Tungsten T5

Shawn Barnett brings us this review of palmOne's latest high-end handheld, the Tungsten T5. This model has some innovative features, but it disappoints many long-time Palm OS enthusiasts.

Brighthand Reviews the Tapwave Zodiac

The first Palm OS device specifically designed for gaming, the Zodiac features a large screen, an analog joystick, and everything else necessary to make playing games fun. However, it can[...]

HP iPaq 6315 / iPaq 6310 Review

The HP iPaq 6300 series Pocket PC Phone is HP's first dive into the integrated phone and PDA market. The HP iPaq 6315 unit being sold in the U.S. includes[...]

An Overview of Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition

An update for Windows Mobile 2003 has just been announced. This brings some significant enhancements, including support for VGA screens and the ability to switch the screen orientation between portrait[...]

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Zire 31

The Zire 31 is palmOne's first entry-level model to offer a color screen, a built-in SD card slot, and the ability to to play MP3 files.

Brighthand Reviews the ASUS MyPal A716

The new MyPal A716 from ASUS does just about everything it can to deliver the features high-end handheld buyers want, including dual forms of wireless networking and two different types[...]

Which VGA Pocket PC is Right for You?

Soon there will be five Pocket PCs with VGA displays and dual slots on the market. Although somewhat similar, their exact specifications vary, and people considering buying one should look[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Samsung SCH-i600

Brighthand takes a look at a Windows Mobile smartphone available from Verizon. This clamshell device offers most of the features you'd expect in a handheld, plus it functions as a[...]

Nintendo DS Review — palmOne and HP Could Learn a Thing or Two

The new Nintendo DS gaming handheld, launched in the United States yesterday, is interesting in many ways. With this impressive new gaming device Nintendo has set it's target age[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TJ37

Sony's latest mid-range model is the first handheld with built-in Wi-Fi to debut at just $300. It also has a camera and a faster processor than many other Clies.

Dell Axim X30 Review

The Dell Axim X30, Dell's newest Pocket PC and successor to the X3i, packs a 624 MHz PXA270 processor, dual wireless, and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition into a single[...]

Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ rz1715

While the iPAQ rz1715 is definitely a "bare-bones" model, it's good enough to satisfy most first-time handheld users, and it has some growth potential so it won't have to be[...]