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Nokia World 2009: X6, X3 and N97 Mini Hands-On

Hardware Zone
  • Conclusion: So, the grand tour of the two big announcements is over. But there's still more. True to the rumors that have been circulating around the web, the Nokia N97 Mini is official.
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Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505)

Gadget Guy
  • Excerpt: Samsung has been on a winning streak lately, producing some top-notch handsets and winning acclaim around the world. The newest model in the four year strong Galaxy range has certainly been hyped up, and this handset now grabs almost as much attention as Apple’s coveted iPhone.
  • Pros: Very fast performer, Two days battery life possible from a 4G phone is excellent, Fast virtual keyboard, Works as a remote control
  • Cons: Unique camera modes aren't easy to use, Finger-less touch modes need a lot of work, Still a very plastic phone, Can't change the bottom icon dock
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Samsung Omnia

ZDNet
  • Summary: In terms of features, the Omnia stands out as one of the best smartphones to date. It's a shame this doesn't translate into a phone we'd enjoy using from day to day.
  • Pros: More tech than you'll know what to do with, Great display, Excellent media codec recognition, DLNA networking
  • Cons: Windows Mobile makes it sluggish, Poor battery life, Only parts of the interface are finger-friendly, No 3.5mm input on handset
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(Motorola) Moto G 4G

Gadget Guy
  • Excerpt: We’ve seen both what Motorola calls the high and the low end of its mobile phone spectrum, and now it’s time to check out the mid-range, as Motorola’s “G” enters the appropriately initialled GadgetGuy labs.
  • Pros: Solid 4G battery life in a compact size, with almost two days of juice, Nice screen, Comfy design, Insanely up-to-date version of Android, Upgradeable storage
  • Cons: Mediocre camera with slow auto-focus, System performance can lag sometimes
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Samsung B3310

ZDNet
  • Summary: The Samsung B3310 is simple and fuss-free, and is suited to those who need a phone for making calls and the occasional web surfing or social networking.
  • Pros: QWERTY keypad, No need to open the phone to access the number pad, Sound quality, Easy to use
  • Cons: No 3G or Wi-Fi, Tiny screen, No 3.5mm headphone port
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