Out of this world? The Samsung Galaxy S II

The very slimline (8.49mm and the slimmest in the world according to Samsung) Android handset features Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well as a speedy dual-core 1GHz Samsung chip along with a generous 1Gb of AM. While reviewers loved the original Galaxy S, some were not so keen on its design, which made it look like … Continue reading Out of this world? The Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Omnia 7 review

The Samsung Omnia 7 is one of many Windows Phone 7 smartphones to hit the market in the last few months. Does the handset beat off the competitors for your Windows 7 needs? What makes it stand out, especially considering that the original Samsung Omnia was a terrible, terrible phone? Having trialled it over Christmas … Continue reading Samsung Omnia 7 review

Acer liquidmini: DLNA magic in the palm of your hand

You probably know Acer for their desktops and laptops. Last year they ventured into phones and introduced the liquid range. Now they are follow up the powerful Acer liquidmetal with Acer liquidmini. It is the smallest phone in the liquid range with a 3.2” screen but it certainly packs a lot in it. One of … Continue reading Acer liquidmini: DLNA magic in the palm of your hand

Samsung WB2000 review: On my Christmas wishlist

The Samsung WB2000 is the second compact camera I’ve reviewed from Samsung this week, and like the waterproof WP10, the build quality is admirable. Out of the box, it impresses with its matte black surround, which makes it easy to hold (along with a raised textured panel on the right) and its fantastic AMOLED screen. … Continue reading Samsung WB2000 review: On my Christmas wishlist