Reviews & hands-on

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    HTC EVO 3D review

    By 21 July 2011

    Now that you can pick up touchscreen smartphones for pocket money prices, premium mobiles have to find other ways to differentiate themselves. 3D is the perfect solution, adding a gloss of techno-cool to imaging and gaming, and promising yet more to come...

  • Phones

    Motorola Photon 4G hands-on

    By 10 June 2011

    At a fanfare event in New York City, Pocket-lint was on hand to hear Sprint announce the release of two new Motorola phones running on Android: the Triumph and the Photon 4G. Kicking off, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and Motorola’s Sanjay Jha took the stage...

  • Tablets

    HTC EVO View 4G ditches HTC Flyer angelic look

    By 25 March 2011

    The HTC Flyer, first launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, was white, came with 3G capabilities and was to be made available in the UK some time in the summer. But that’s Europe. In America they like to be different. So the white HTC Flyer...

  • Phones

    HTC EVO 3D hands-on

    By 22 March 2011

    HTC has gone 3D, following LG into the market with the Sprint HTC EVO 3D. But is it a gimmick or the next best thing? We’ve just grabbed a hands-on with the new phone at CTIA to check out what the fuss is all about. First and foremost this is a superfast,...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    First Look: Sprint Kyocera Echo review

    By 8 February 2011

    At an exclusive event in New York City, Sprint and Kyocera announced the first dual-screen smartphone running on Android, the Echo. The Android-powered device is the first smartphone comprised of two 3.5-inch 800x480 touchscreen displays connected by...

  • Phones 3 out of 5

    BlackBerry Style 9670 review

    By 7 February 2011

    It’s not often you hear the words “smart flip phone” that is until you meet Sprint's Blackberry Style 9670. And smart it is. The hybrid BlackBerry is half flip phone, half smartphone, complete with the signature BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard. The Style...

  • Online 3 out of 5

    Sprint ZTE Peel review

    By 7 December 2010

    The Sprint ZTE Peel, $79.99, is an accessory that ends the fruitless search for Wi-Fi by turning an Apple iPod touch into its own mobile hotspot on Sprint’s 3G network. Each gigabyte of data will cost $29.99 per month, with additional charges incurred...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    First Look: Sprint HTC Evo review

    By 20 May 2010

    Made exclusively for Sprint by HTC, the new Android 4G smartphone "EVO" has arrived. Evo is the first Android 2.1 phone supported by Sprint’s new 4G high-speed WiMAX network in the US. When we played with the Evo last week, it was like holding something...

  • Phones 3 out of 5

    Samsung Moment review

    By 26 November 2009

    The spec sheet suggests that the Samsung Moment, available on Sprint in the USA should be one of the best Android-powered handsets out there, with its AMOLED screen, fast processor and the "now" network. But can its specs live up to the dream? Read...

  • Phones 4.5 out of 5

    Sprint HTC Hero review

    By 28 September 2009

    We started our last HTC Hero review with talk of the chin, so it seems logical to start this one at the same point. That's right, it might have quickly become HTC's signature for it's Android devices, but Sprint clearly doesn't agree. Instead from Sprint...