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iPhone positioning, figuring out the device type

iPhone is shrouded in mystery and vagueness, and our readers seem perplexed about what this phone actually is, while Apple firmly believes it has re-invented the mobile phone and tries to foist its views off on consumers.

Review of GSM-handset Samsung C520

Samsung?s range features most entry-level models targeted at women as well as unisex offerings. Some have visual appeal, some grab attention not with design itself, but flamboyant trims, which not every vendor can offer.

Review of GSM/UMTS-handset Sony Ericsson K850i

One of the most anticipated and discussed devices of 2007. Questionable shift in interface and ergonomics, handful of interface-related improvements, upgraded software-hardware platform. 


Sony Ericsson K850i ? 5 Mpix camera performance

The arrival of the Sony Ericsson K850i is expected by many in view of the handset?s top-notch functionality, as well as the 5 Mpix camera it retains, which is the top of the line solution in the Cyber-Shot range. Does this camera has something revolutionary to it and can it even have a claim for this title?...


Review of GSM-handset Samsung U100

The Samsung U100 is a part of the new Ultra Edition II range comprising the slimmest devices available from this maker. Apart from the U100, the other models are Samsung U300, Samsung U600 and Samsung U700. If you take into consideration the model?s index within the series, it becomes obvious, that the U100 is the junior offering in the line with the corresponding feature set, and without a number of traits characteristic of the senior devices


TCL Communication President speaks on TCL-Alcatel

After the merger of Alcatel?s mobile division with the Chinese company TCL, there were no in-depth overviews of what exactly the company was doing and which way it was planning to go, not to mention its vision of the Russian market. We thought that this gap had to be bridged and sat down with the CEO of TCL Communication, and a vice president of TCL Corporation, Fei Liu. It was his first visit to Russia.