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The Galaxy Nexus, being sold by Verizon Wireless, is the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone. Phone Scoop's full review tackles the new operating system in depth as well as the hardware from Samsung. Here are our thoughts.
Samsung's Focus S is a superlative Windows Phone for AT&T. Nearly every feature performs flawlessly. Find out in Phone Scoop's full review if there's anything about the Focus S to dislike.
LG's DoublePlay features two screens, a split keyboard, and the ability to multitask like almost no other smartphone. Can anything hold this Android device back?
T-Mobile gave LG a shot at designing the carrier's next myTouch-branded smartphone and the result is the Q. This sideways slider is appealing and has a solid spec sheet, but one critical flaw throws a wrench into the works.
Samsung delivers a winner in the Captivate Glide, an Android smartphone that includes a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for the messaging minded mobile user.
Pantech's latest handset for AT&T is the unconventional Pocket, which has an extra-wide display. The question is, does the Pocket put the big screen to good use? Phone Scoop finds out.
HTC's first Beats Audio-enhanced phone lands at Verizon's doorstep with LTE 4G, a 720p HD screen, and custom headphones to bring a better audio experience. Here's Phone Scoop's in-depth report, wherein we put Beats Audio to the ultimate test.
Samsung's latest Windows Phone device may be small in stature, but it offers powerful performance in its pint-sized package. Read Phone Scoop's full review here.
The Vivid is HTC's first Long Term Evolution 4G Android smartphone for AT&T. How does this device stack up against other devices on AT&T's network? Phone Scoop finds out in this full review.
Kyocera kicks out an entry-level Android smartphone for Sprint in the Milano, a chubby sideways slider that has a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging and 3-megapixel camera. Here is Phone Scoop's full review.
Motorola resurrects its iconic brand and hopes to bring back the glory days with the Droid RAZR. This 4G smartphone for Verizon is thin, powerful, and full of surprises. Here's Phone Scoop's take in Verizon's newest Android device.
LG's Marquee Android smartphone for Sprint is a solid offering from the Korean handset maker. While it may not be a flagship device with every bell and whistle, it performs when and where it counts most.
Kyocera fields one of the first devices using Sprint's new CDMA-based push-to-talk service. Can this new system — and the DuraMax — live up to the solid PTT performance of Sprint's aging iDEN network?
HTC's Titan is an amazing entry for its line of Windows Phone 7 Mango smartphones. This Microsoft-powered handset offers a brilliant display, good looks, and solid performance. Here's Phone Scoop's full review.
T-Mobile scores the best version of the Samsung Galaxy S II with its large display, faster processor, and zippier wireless data radio. But those aren't the only noteworthy features of this superlative smartphone.
Apple's iPhone 4S arrives later than some might have expected it to, but it still manages to impress with it's powerful camera, video camera, browser, and application support. Is anything holding the iPhone 4S back?
HTC continues its winning streak of killer devices for T-Mobile with the amazing Amaze 4G. It is one of the fastest phones available from T-Mobile and includes one of the best cameras that Phone Scoop has tested.
The HTC Rhyme for Verizon Wireless is an interesting Android smartphone in that it targets the fairer sex with its lavender color and charming accessories. Is there enough reason behind this Rhyme to make it worth considering?
Pantech surprises with a highly capable LTE 4G Android smartphone for Verizon Wireless. Find out what works and what doesn't in Phone Scoop's full review.
Phone Scoop looks at the Galaxy S II smartphone for AT&T's network. While this version packs a smaller screen than its larger brothers, there are some surprising benefits. Read on for our full take.
Samsung's latest clamshell for Verizon Wireless would be an ideal tool for Rambo to take into the bush for some weekend adventuring.
The Sprint version of the Epic 4G Touch packs WiMax 4G, TouchWiz, a speedy processor, 4.5-inch touch display and a host of Sprint software. Do these all add up to a killer phone?
Motorola and Verizon Wireless have finally brought the LTE-packing Droid Bionic to market after a prolonged nine-month delay. Was the wait for Motorola's first LTE 4G smartphone worth it? Phone Scoop tells you in this full review.
Research In Motion's newest touch phone might be the BlackBerry that RIM's fanatics have been waiting for. Can the Torch 9850 fan the flames of desire in the CrackBerry faithful?
T-Mobile's version of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has a few significant advantages over the Bold 9930 being sold by Verizon Wireless. Phone Scoop reveals what they are.
Phone Scoop takes RIM's newest BlackBerry for Verizon Wireless for a spin in this full review. Find out if the BlackBerry Bold 9930 has what it takes to compete with today's leading smartphones.
Samsung delivers a solid smartphone for Sprint in the Conquer 4G. This mid-range WiMax handset offers 4G speeds to the mobile masses in a smaller, less expensive, yet still capable, package.
Motorola's Triumph for Virgin Mobile brings a big screen and other big features to the contract-averse. Just because this phone is for pre-paid customers doesn't mean it takes any short cuts. Here's what Phone Scoop has to say in this full review.
The HTC Wildfire S is a compact, yet capable, Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone for T-Mobile. Does this $80 smartphone turn up the heat, or does it flame out? Find out in Phone Scoop's full review.
Motorola's latest iDEN device for Sprint Nextel brings Android, push-to-talk, and a physical QWERTY keyboard to the table. Together, they make for a fine Android phone, though it's not without a few hiccups.