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We’ve nearly completed the spring release cycle of devices, and this means that most vendors have now released their flagship devices for 2020, introducing brand new phones with the newest technologies to the market. The new device generation significantly mix up the competitive landscape, and it looks like 2020’s flagship phones are all about high refresh-rate screens as well as new complex camera setups. Samsung was amongst the first to release their products in 2020, with the Galaxy S20’s showcasing the company’s new camera generation, and trying to one-up the ecosystem with the super high-end Galaxy S20 Ultra. Over weeks following that we saw outstandingly good devices from Xiaomi, Huawei, LG, and in particular OnePlus. The new OnePlus 8 Pro really changed things up for...

HTC HD7: Now With NoDo

When Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 late last year, it was readily evident that they had a solid platform on their hands, but it was missing some critical details...

45 by Vivek Gowri on 5/12/2011

Google I/O 2011 Keynote: Updates for Phone, Tablet, TV and Accessories

Google’s I/O 2011 keynote may have suffered from a few choice leaks, namely the new Music service and Ice Cream Sandwich announcement, but Google still managed to include some...

22 by Nirdhar Khazanie & Jason Inofuentes on 5/10/2011

This Just In: HP Veer 4G for AT&T

It's going to be a busy week for smartphones. We've got Google I/O, a bunch of finishing touches on the Droid Charge review, the Infuse 4G on its way...

29 by Brian Klug on 5/9/2011

NVIDIA to Acquire Icera, Adds Software Baseband to its Portfolio

Late last year Intel announced the intention to acquire Infineon’s Wireless Solutions business, highlighting an important trend in the application processor space: those determined to lead in the smartphone/tablet...

18 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/9/2011

This Just In: Samsung Droid Charge - The First Verizon 4G LTE Droid

This morning the Samsung Droid Charge arrived on our doorstep, and we've got a few initial impressions and some photos to tide you over until the full review. Last...

42 by Brian Klug on 5/3/2011

BlackBerry Bold Touch and BlackBerry 7 OS Headline BlackBerry World Day 1

There’s no getting around it, RIM hasn’t had the best year ever. It's been steadily losing market share to Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7, there's been lackluster response...

27 by Jason Inofuentes on 5/2/2011

AT&T Update Enables HSUPA on Motorola Atrix, HTC Inspire - Our Analysis

With just a day left in April, AT&T made good on its promise to enable HSUPA for its two newest HSPA+ enabled smartphones, the Motorola Atrix and HTC Inspire...

21 by Brian Klug on 5/1/2011

Google Announces Google Talk Video Chat for Android 2.3.4

Back when we reviewed the Nexus S and Android 2.3, one of our only complaints was that gingerbread sorely needed front facing video chat support. Third party video chat...

21 by Brian Klug on 4/28/2011

We're Giving Away a Qualcomm MSM8660 Mobile Development Platform

Last month Brian put together a performance preview of Qualcomm's first dual-core SoC: the 1.5GHz MSM8660. The article was mostly focused on GPU performance as the new Adreno 220...

813 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/27/2011

HTC Thunderbolt Review: The First Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone

We've spent a long time testing Verizon's first 4G LTE enabled smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt. We're finally ready with the complete review. It's got the fastest cellular connectivity around...

71 by Brian Klug on 4/27/2011

Verizon 4G LTE: Two Datacards and a WiFi Hotspot Massively Reviewed

2011 is going to be a year dominated by fourth generation network everything—handsets, portable hotspots, datacards, and news of networks lighting up in each regional market. There’s a veritable...

31 by Brian Klug on 4/27/2011

This Just In: HTC Droid Incredible 2 on Verizon

This morning HTC and Verizon announced the Droid Incredible 2 (aka Incredible S) will be up for sale starting on April 28, this Thursday, for $200 with a 2-year...

28 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/26/2011

The Motorola Xoom Giveaway, Final Round

We've given away three Motorola Xoom tablets already, this is your last opportunity to win one. Read on for details on how to enter.

1865 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/25/2011

Lenovo X1 Leaked: Sandy Bridge Gets Thin

Lenovo is taking another swing at the MacBook Air. Having discontinued their X300 ultraportable line, Lenovo seemed content to compete at the 11" and 12" form factor, without sitting...

47 by Jason Inofuentes on 4/25/2011

The Motorola Xoom Giveaway, Round 3

When we reviewed Motorola's Xoom, all that was available was the $799 3G version. Since then Motorola has released a more affordable $599 WiFi only edition with 32GB of...

2343 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/21/2011

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Review

ASUS was at the forefront of the netbook revolution thanks to its close partnerships with Intel and Microsoft. ASUS has been all but absent from the smartphone and tablet...

128 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/21/2011

The Motorola Xoom Giveaway, Round 2

When we reviewed Motorola's Xoom, all that was available was the $799 3G version. Since then Motorola has released a more affordable $599 WiFi only edition with 32GB of...

2395 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/19/2011

The Motorola Xoom Giveaway, Round 1

When we reviewed Motorola's Xoom, all that was available was the $799 3G version. Since then Motorola has released a more affordable $599 WiFi only edition with 32GB of...

3354 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/15/2011

The BlackBerry PlayBook Review

I suppose it's fitting that I should be the one to write our PlayBook review. Before Android and the iPhone, there were two mobile platforms/devices that I was hugely...

78 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/13/2011

Acer’s Iconia Tab A500 Joins the Honeycomb Party

Acer’s Iconia Tab A500 Joins the Honeycomb Party The year of the tablet continues, and every major manufacturer—and many smaller parties as well—are keen to get their cut of the...

53 by Jarred Walton on 4/8/2011

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