Post Thumbnail

If you thought the aging i290 was about ready for replacement, we've got some great news for you -- the updated i296 is upon us. It's an ultra-basic device by any measure, seeing how it lacks a camera, music player, and web access, but if you're just looking for a marginally stylish way to get your

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Vertu's not big on press releases, so you'll have to forgive us for missing this a few weeks back -- but it seems that Nokia's little outpost of opulent, over-the-top luxury has just released an updated version of its time-tested Ascent range. The so-called Ascent 2010 features a 5 megapixel camera

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Looking for a rightful successor to your now-aging SCH-R211? Samsung and Cricket would like you to look no further than the SCH-R100 Stunt, a dead ringer for the candybar of the same name that launched on MetroPCS back in December of last year. It turns out this is a little bit more than your avera

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Just days following its announcement, the FCC saw fit to grant Nokia's low-end C5 all the regulatory approval it needs (well, not all, but some) to start hitting shelves stateside. Whether it'll actually be sold in any official capacity in North America is another story altogether -- but the prospe

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Following availability on Rogers by just a handful of days, Sony Ericsson is now talking up availability of the simple Naite candybar down south of the border -- but it's not through a carrier this time. Instead, you'll need to stroll into your local Sony Style store (or order online) to get it unl

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Motorola's unassuming VE440 candybar was not a phone that we'd ever taken as the kind of device a company would revisit to craft a special edition -- but then again, we don't really understand Mister Cartoon either, so what do we know? That's right: just as it did last year with the Samsung Message

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It's been a little while since Nokia locked up the Cseries trademark, and it looks like they're finally putting it to good use here following the Xseries launch a few months back -- but don't break out your party pants just yet, because it looks like this could be Nokia's new catch-all bucket for t

4 years ago 0 Comments