The Samsung E200 Eco’s lime green case is made out of bioplastic, earning it big green-points. Bioplastic is derived from renewable sources, as opposed to petroleum.
Nokia’s 3610 clamshell phone is targeted towards budget users, but it manages to pack in bluetooth, a 1.3 MP camera and microSD support. The analog clock display is a nice touch, too.
Choosing between Nokia and Blackberry? BGR’s E71 vs. Bold comparo is worth a read. Conclusion: the E71 is the best phone ever to run S60, but the Bold remains king for business users.
Workaholics can take their iPhone swimming: the Amphibx Waterproof Armband protects your phone or mp3 player up to a depth of 12 feet. Two versions: medium or large.
As of today, Nokia’s 5610 XpressMusic is available at T-Mobile. Ideal for music lovers, this slider phone has built-in FM radio and stereo bluetooth; it also has quad-band but is EDGE only.
Samsung’s U800 “Soul b” is part of their fashion line; we really dig the brushed metal finish. The cellphone obviously ranks high in design, but is also easy to use and sounds great.
Hard Graft’s aesthetic jives with ours: simple and efficient. Their felt and leather pouches and wallets are geared towards specific gadgets like the iPhone, Kindle and Macbooks.
The slim T700 is the successor to the T610 and comes in classic two-tone black on metal. Other specs: 2″ TFT display, 3.2 MP camera, quad-band GSM, 2100 MHz UMTS 3G.
New to Motorola’s ROKR line: the EM25 (slider), EM28 (clamshell) and EM30 (candybar) are all cheaper alternatives to the E8. They should be available globally in a few weeks.
T-Mobile’s got a red-colored variant of the Blackberry Curve called “Sunset”. The internals are all the same; this is just for those who are tired of the standard gold or titanium.
Like walkie talkies but much less conspicuous, the Callpod Dragon is a normal Bluetooth headset but can also communicate with other Dragons up to 100m away. Agent 007, are you there?
Only 0.39″ thin, the Nokia E71 has arrived in the US. Enterprise-grade features include 3G, Wi-Fi, Exchange and VPN. Our favorite: GPS pinpoints your location and gives turn-by-turn navi.
The Vertu Ascent Ferrari 1947 is crafted from high-grade aluminum and wrapped in red and black leather on the sides. It includes bluetooth and GSM, and costs and arm and a leg.
The Samsung INNOV8 is a camera masquerading as a slider phone. We love the 16M color 2.8″ display, quad-band GSM and FM radio, but it’s all about the camera: 8 megapixels.
Phone Arena has reviewed iPhone competitor Samsung Omnia, which features vibrating feedback, 5 MP camera, and bluetooth stereo. It falls flat, however, with a wimpy 240×400 screen.
Motorola’s MOTO U9 is a slick clamshell phone (T-Mobile & AT&T customers) with an eye-catching external OLED display. Also nice: MP3-friendly buttons, quad-band GSM, and stereo bluetooth.
Now available: the latest iteration of T-Mobile’s chat-friendly Sidekick. The 2008 version gives you more features (2.0 MP camera, higher resolution screen) for less ($150 w/contract, smaller size).
HTC’s Touch Diamond is a GSM phone with a 2.8″ touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera and clickwheel. Its most unique feature: a glossy, faceted back which is also a bit of a fingerprint magnet.
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