Posts Tagged ‘qwerty’
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro is an Android smartphone with a slide-out Qwerty keyboard. Is this the best choice for business users? Read on to find out in our full review.
The Nokia E7 is the natural successor to the old Communicator line of business smartphones. With its large screen and Qwerty keyboard it certainly packs in the features. But does the ageing Symbian OS hold it back? Read on for our full review.
The Motorola Milestone 2 is an Android-powered smartphone with a full Qwerty keyboard. It is the follow up to the original Milestone, also known as the Droid in the US. Is it a worthy upgrade to that version? Read on to find out in our full review.
The HTC Desire Z is a rare example of an Android smartphone with a full Qwerty keyboard. Does this make it one of the best business and messaging phones? Find out in our full review.
The Nokia E5 is a Symbian^1 smartphone with Qwerty thumbboard in the style of a BlackBerry or Nokia’s own E71. Is this a winning handset for the discerning business user? Find out in our full review.
The Torch is RIM’s latest attempt at producing a touch screen BlackBerry, after the ill-fated Storm devices. Does the touch/Qwerty combo or work, or is the BlackBerry still best experienced in its classic form? Find out in our review.
Not only is the Alcatel a budget Android phone available on pay as you go for under £100, but it also sports that rarest of features for the platform – a sliding Qwerty keyboard. Find out whether this smartphone is worth your money in our full review.
The HTC S740 is a long awaited new entrant to the Windows Mobile Standard line-up from HTC
Finished in shiny metal and high density plastic, the Nokia E71 immediately gives a sense of quality, with its 126g somehow seeming too light