Site offers ten predictions on Samsung i7500

Consumers looking forward to the latest phones from Samsung have been advised on what to expect from the manufacturer's i7500.Having recently reported that the handset would be ready for launch in the UK later this year, TechRadar has posted ten things it feels people should know about the firm's first ever Google Android-powered device.As well as being slimmer at around 11.9mm in depth, the i7500…

Latest phones from Samsung and HTC praised

Two of the latest handsets from Samsung and HTC have been highlighted as worthy of attention for those looking to trade up.In news that may inspire consumers currently recycling mobile phones, Perry Williams notes in an article published by Live-PR that there are some exciting devices currently on the market.Among these is the Samsung M8800 Pixon, a model which he states is "a very elegant…

Board game classic revised for mobile

Those with the latest phones may be interested to hear that EA's new adaptation of a classic board game is a hit. Pocket Gamer's Keith Andrew looked at the publisher's attempts to "breathe new life" into Monopoly and concludes that this has largely been a big success. He explains that while it is often very difficult to build on such British favourites as the property…

T Mobile launches new MDA Compact

One of the latest phones to be launched exclusively on the T Mobile network may interest those currently recycling mobile phones.Equipped with a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, integrated media player for music and video, five-megapixel camera and running on the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 platform, the MDA Compact V will be available from May 21st.According to T Mobile, the device builds on the Compact IV version…

New iPhone game has “not enough oomph”

The latest phone from Apple, the iPhone, may be one of the most impressive models on the market, but it seems not all its applications match up to the handset's quality - one new driving game has been criticised for lacking "oomph".According to the webzine Pocket Gamer - which reviews the latest games for the latest phones - Need for Speed Undercover looks pretty but…

Sony Ericsson’s W302 ‘classy, stylish and cheap’

Sony Ericsson has launched another music-focused mobile phone that delivers on audio performance, according to a new review. In an article for the 3G website, attention is given to the manufacturer's latest Walkman device - the W302 - and although similar in many ways to its predecessors the phone is singled out for praise in a number of areas. The site notes a number of…

Mobile recycling forms part of Motorola green commitment

Mobile recycling is just one of the green initiatives Motorola has committed itself to in a recent announcement.The manufacturer published its latest Corporate Responsibility Report this week and took the opportunity to reaffirm its intentions to engage in a range of carbon reduction initiatives.In addition to supporting mobile recycling programmes, Motorola said it would continue to develop greener technologies such as the MOTO W233 Renew…

NBA Street ‘great for the bus journey home’

Gamers with the latest phones may be interested in a new review published this week for the Pocket Gamer website. In a piece for the online portal, Keith Andrew looks at NBA Street on the Nokia N95 8GB and says the basketball title may offer enough arcade action to keep people entertained. The simplicity of the points system is one welcome inclusion and it is…