Audiovox PM8920 Video
Audiovox's 8910 is a functional and basic camera phone.
Sprint's snazzy new slider phone boasts the first 2-megapixel camera in the United States and a host of multimedia goodies, but it's stuck on yesterday's data network.
At CTIA 2009, Sanyo unveils the SCP-2700, a budget-priced messaging phone that doesn't skimp on the features.
Get a first look at Audiovox's new portable DVD player in action.
Its looks and battery life are about average, but the affordable Audiovox D2011 boasts a big 10-inch screen that delivers a decent picture.
The Burst is Pantech's answer to an affordable Android LTE smartphone that doesn't skimp on the quality.
Considering its bargain price, Audiovox's Pocket PC phone makes for a solid wireless device.
Spike Jonze's new film is about a man that falls in love with his phone--the question remains about which phone he chooses, but it could be one of the new Nokia Lumias! Announced yesterday, the Lumia 820 and 920 both run Windows 8 and boast an impressive camera (not 41 megapixels, though). But wait, something about their commercials doesn't sit right with us...
The Zoom Q3 is a pocket camcorder that doesn't skimp on audio quality. Unfortunately, mediocre video performance makes it a limited recommendation.
At Pepcom in New York City, we take a First Look at the LG Marquee a thin, superlight phone from Sprint. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the smartphone features a 1GHz processor, a 4-inch Nova display, 5-megapixel camera, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.