Nokia N97 Mini Makes Its Official Debut
Today at Nokia World, Nokia introduced the N97 Mini, a smaller version of the N97 multimedia computer. The N97 Mini loses the D-pad that was located to the left of the QWERTY keyboard, and this allowed Nokia to shorted the phone's dimensions. It has a 3.2-inch touch screen display that folds out to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard. Other features are similar ot that of its larger brother, which include quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band 900/1900/2100 WCDMA radios. It also has stereo Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, dual-LED flash and video capture. The N97 Mini has 8GB of on-board storage and can support microSD cards up to 16GB. The N97 Mini will be available in October and will cost approximately $640.
Hands-On: HTC One mini 2
HTC today trotted out a smaller version of its flagship smartphone, fittingly called the One mini 2. This easier-to-handle handset offers all the good looks of its bigger brother, but not quite all the same features.
Hands On with the ZTE Axon 7 Mini
ZTE aimed a shrink-ray at the Axon 7 and created the Axon 7 Mini. This smaller, more hand-friendly phone is nearly as powerful as its larger predecessor.
Review: Blu Life One X2 Mini
This inexpensive, unlocked Android smartphone is smaller than its predecessor and yet better in many ways. The Blu Life One X2 Mini is a fine little phone for those who prefer or need to change networks often.
HTC One mini 2 Offers A Bit Less of A Good Thing
HTC today announced the One mini 2, a follow-up to last year's One mini that adopts the design language and appeal of this year's HTC One (M8). The One mini 2 carries over some of the M8's best features, though it makes several distinct downgrades in order to meet HTC's price point goals.