The Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian smartphone with one saving grace: an incredible camera. Dan takes it for a spin in the full MobileBurn review.
Nokia's E7 is a fantastic looking QWERTY keyboard equipped smartphone for business users. While it offers many high-end specs, Russell found it to still be lacking in many areas in this in-depth review.
The Nokia Astound is T-Mobile's version of the Nokia C7 Symbian^3 smartphone that's available in other parts of the world. The Astound shares most traits with the C7 that we reviewed earlier, but offers a few software tweaks that Dan points out for us in this review.
Nokia's first Symbian^3 smartphone, the N8, is finally here. It brings a new 12 megapixel, HD capable camera to the party, as well as strong Ovi Maps support and a simply fantastic industrial design. It even works on both AT&T and T-Mobile USA. It's the best Symbian touchscreen device to date, no doubt.
The Nokia E73 Mode is a new Symbian S60 powered smartphone for T-Mobile USA. It has a look and spec sheet that is very similar to AT&T's E72, including an optical trackpad controller and a 5 megapixel auto focus camera. Todd tests it out for us in this review.
The Nokia 5230 Nuron is a version of the original 5230 touchscreen smartphone built for T-Mobile USA. It has a low purchase price, offers good features, and comes in a nicely designed package. But is it's older S60 UI up to the task? Read more in our review.
We had Todd test out the new Nokia E72, a really smart looking business smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and a decent 5 megapixel autofocus camera. Read on to see what he thinks of it, and check it out yourself in the included videos.
The Nokia N97 mini is a smaller version of Nokia's flagship N97 smartphone. It features a touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and runs Nokia's Symbian S60 user interface. Todd spends some time with it in this review.
The Satio is Sony Ericsson's foray into the world of S60 based smartphones, and it joins the party while packing a large touchscreen and a very capable 12 megapixel autofocus camera. Russell tested it in this review, and ended up liking it quite a bit.
Nokia's affordable 5530 XpressMusic is the company's lowest-cost touchscreen equipped phone to date. Ricky takes it out for a spin and finds it to be a rather nice little handset. Read on for the full review and video.