Review: BlackBerry Curve
Though the Curve is aimed at the mass-market set, its business-class smartphone roots are all too clear. Its media apps are a definite improvement over the Pearl's, but don't match the levels set by the competition. On the flip side, the integration of the calling, contact, email and calendar apps will help even the busiest person stay organized and in touch with both their personal as well as professional lives...as long as you don't mind the bare bones look and feel. The Curve succeeds in adding a touch of personality to the smartphone, while retaining its core strengths in enhancing productivity.
Hands-on with the Sony Ericsson K850, Nokia 8600 and 6500 Slide, 6500 Classic, LG Muziq, and BlackBerry Curve.
Hands On with the Sony Xperia XZ
Sony's newest flagship-class device is the Xperia XZ. This phone builds on the design and features we saw in the Xperia X earlier this year and makes strides with the camera and video camera tools.
Review: ZTE Axon M for AT&T
The Axon M is an entirely unique handset in today's market of slim slates. This dual-screened smartphone unfolds to create a large, tablet-sized display for multitasking and enjoying video on a wider canvas.
Review: Motorola Moto Z Play and Hasselblad True Zoom Mod
Motorola's latest Moto Z handset is a compelling and affordable Android smartphone that also happens to be compatible with the company's ecosystem of Moto Mods. Along with the Z Play, we've reviewed the Hasselblad True Zoom camera mod.
Review: OnePlus 6
The OnePlus 6 is the company's latest attempt to convince you that ultra-pricey flagships are unnecessary; why spend $800 to $1000 on a phone when you can get one that's nearly as good for just over $500? The 6 is an attractive metal-and-glass device that has the latest design from OnePlus, the latest specs from Qualcomm and others, and the latest Android software from Google.