Samsung's new 3G smart phone: BlackJack Video
The Samsung BlackJack heralds another 3G-enabled smart phone to Cingular's lineup. While it supports the carrier's video and music service, some design and performance issues trip up this otherwise sexy device.
At CTIA 2007, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Samsung BlackJack II.
As the successor to the BlackJack series of messaging smartphones, the Samsung Jack brings a fresh look and some nice feature upgrades, but there are also some design quirks. Find out more in our First Look video.
The RIM BlackBerry 8800 wants to prove that it has style and smarts, but can it overcome the popular Samsung BlackJack? Veronica Belmont takes them to the ring to fight it out.
CNET.com's Bonnie Cha and Veronica Belmont take a look at this tiny handset, which features a full QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile software.
CNET's Kent German gives a first look at a 3G-enabled phone that connects to the Web and streams video.\r\n
The Samsung Epix isn't a major overhaul of the Samsung BlackJack II, but the smartphone brings some nice design and feature additions.
This hybrid smart phone/mobile PC has a detachable keyboard and large screen. CNET's Bonnie Cha and Veronica Belmont take a first look.
You won't find a QWERTY keyboard, but the Cingular 2125 is a feature-packed Windows Mobile 5 smart phone.
Tom Merritt looks at a BlackBerry, a BlackJack, and some Oakley Thumps. Plus, did Brian Cooley redesign an Audi?