MWC 2010: Various brands overview

15 February 2010
Along with market leaders there are plenty of smaller manufacturers who are keen to make a stand with some interesting devices. On the following pages you will find a summary of... Update: Toshiba TG02 live video added

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  • Redking

Mobile phone design is, as a whole, sub par.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 17 Feb 2010So far, this has to be worst MWC in years. Almost every phone is... moreyou missed the obvious not cheap looking phone..

HTC Legend.

for you to think aluminium phone which is far from cheap looking is beyond me...O.o

  • k0eff

Very great phone, nice job. Nice site. How much is the price?

  • Anonymous

sagem i love and puma too, i like this goog phone.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 17 Feb 2010Just one comment, this phone seems to be designed with right-han... moreJust turn the phone upside down and you got the left hand version.

  • Anonymous

That First ELSE is something...else, for lack of a better word. It's what I've been looking for in a phone for years. Nothing too flashy, just something that gets the job done, and then some.

  • Anonymous

Nokia must have something great up their sleeves.

  • Gamma Sharma

Forget everything, First ELSE is the one for me. But I guess the OS interface will be copied soon onto the bigger brands, namely Samsung will copy it by the end of the financial year.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 17 Feb 2010So far, this has to be worst MWC in years. Almost every phone is... moreYa, i'd MUCH rather watch Vancouver 2010 Olympics (which looks awsome so far) than witness thes stupid MWC full of FAIL!

  • Serge

Anonymous, 17 Feb 2010So far, this has to be worst MWC in years. Almost every phone is... moreHTC Desire is hardly a new phone, but rather a rebranded Nexus One with slightly more memory, improved video acquisition (30 fps), and a trackpad instead of a trackball.
The Legend is a slimmer, faster and sturdier Hero, thanks to a similar manufacturing process as the uniblock MacBook Pros.
HTC HD mini has a standard screen resolution, but it is the second Windows Mobile phone with a capacitive screen. It looks at least as good as the two new Android phones from HTC, which still feature that weird, unnecessary chin.

  • Anonymous

So far, this has to be worst MWC in years. Almost every phone is crap and cheap looking, except the Samsung Wave and HTC Desire.

  • Anonymous

where the hell are nokia???

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]It probably will have a simple option of flipping the scrolling thing to the other side of the screen for left handed users

  • Anonymous

completely agree, make a left handed version, i would defo get it, so sleek and blue on black is the best look.

  • Anonymous

Just one comment, this phone seems to be designed with right-hand users.
What about consumers who are left-handed??? If they try to use their left thumb to access the side buttons, it will obliterate their view of the screen.
If this hasn't been thought through, it is a major design flaw. Back to the drawing board folks...

  • Willo

[deleted post]Not entirely, the Elsie and other concept looks promising along with the HTC Desire. I think you may prefer the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini and mini pro.

In principle though, I definitely think last year's show was a lot more exciting.

  • Dave

Again.. GSMArena miss some. Motorola don't show only one QUENCH, They show some. 3 XT Series and 1new with qwerty. Why this team are so lazy to look around?

  • Original_Jamaican

Last year's show was definitely better.

  • Anonymous

Well, the Dell Mini 3iX is already in brazil, and the Android is a MUCH more modded version than China's. Modded to the point of not having access to the Marketplace. Not even a trace of it ;-)

Also, I think Claro (one of our carriers) had it even before China... At least it came here a lot earlier than expected.

  • nabz

why no new phones from nokia?? nokia is really staying behind!!