One of the biggest frustrations when using a smartphone is running out of power in the middle of the day. In this article, we showcase the top 10 smartphones for all-day battery life. We’ll also discuss the different methods of comparing battery life.
BlackBerry unveiled the Q5 last week: the long awaited successor to the BlackBerry Curve. Designed as a smartphone for those with a budget in mind, the Q5 combines a full QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen display. It also features the new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
RIM’s BlackBerry range is famous for it’s secure email, QWERTY keyboards and BlackBerry Messenger. The latest addition to its lineup - the BlackBerry Curve 9320 - offers all that, but retails for just £140 sim-free. Find out what we think of the the BlackBerry Curve.
Following on from our post a couple of weeks ago on the best mid-range phones comes our round up of ten of the best budget smartphones on the market right now. These are phones that can be had for around (or in most cases under) £100 and can do the basics. Perfect if you’re after a cheap phone primarily for calling and texting but wouldn’t mind seeing what other features and functions you can get on a shoestring. With giffgaff goodbags starting at £10 a month it’s never been cheaper to start using a smartphone.
Now that all of the hubbub has subsided from the Consumer Electronics Show, we can have a nice look at the biggest announcements it provided. CES, which is held in Las Vegas every January, is always a hotbed of product announcements and demonstrations and this year was no different. With thousands of products on display, I’ve narrowed it down to the top 6 biggest reveals of CES 2012: three smartphones and three tablets. Let’s get started!