Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Video: YotaPhone

Two screens on a smartphone? What sort of madness is this? Well, one one screen is an HD LCD panel and the other is a power-efficient EPD then it all makes some sort of sense. Personally, I think it looks great and if I was in the market for a new Android device (I'm not) then it might be on my shortlist, assuming that it actually works properly (I don't know) and was actually available to buy (it will be out sometime in the second half of 2013).

Video: HTC One SV

HTC brings LTE to this attractive midrange smartphone.

Video: Sony Xperia E

This is a natty little Android device that comes in a dual and single-SIM version.

Video: Lava Iris N320

Certainly one of the cheapest Android smartphones about.. but as you might expect, the specification is pretty basic, too.