Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Cell Phone & Smartphone Reviews

Updated: Mar 1, 2015 10:15

Filters

Price
Brand
Age
OS
Find the right phone for you Let our interactive guide help you! >>
#9251
alaAverage 3

LG 200

The LG 200 may not look like much, but it's a fine basic device for texting friends and family...

3 expert reviews

Usability  
Price  
Screen  
Sound  
#9252
alaAverage 3

MWg Zinc II - Windows Mobile PDA Phone

and others.

1 expert reviews

Usability  
Design  
Screen  
GPS navigation  
#9253
alaAverage 3

Samsung N400

Aside from being GPS ready, this all-around solid phone offers nothing particularly fancy.

3 expert reviews

Reliability  
GPS navigation  
Design  
Battery  
#9254
alaAverage 3

Motorola (S0472206)

This headset is far more comfortable for extended periods of use than the earbud set. The...

1 user reviews

#9255
alaAverage 3

Kyocera Switchback KX21

It's no Sidekick, but this discount e-mail phone will satisfy tweens and AOL users with low budgets.

1 expert reviews

Design  
Price  
Screen  
#9257
alaAverage 3

Sprint Power Vision Phone MM-7500 by Sanyo

The toughest phone for Sprint's Power Vision services, but we think other options are better deals.

1 expert reviews

Design  
Price  
GPS navigation  
#9258
alaAverage 3

Samsung SCH 8500

Cellular phone - CDMA / AMPS - black

1 expert reviews

#9259
alaAverage 3

Sprint PCS Vision Phone C290 by Motorola

A bright and handsome voice phone for Sprint, but the omission of an external display is a big...

1 expert reviews

Screen  
#9260
alaAverage 3

Sprint PCS Vision Phone SCP-2400 by Sanyo

A sturdy little phone that makes a good first "grown-up" phone for kids or teens, especially when...

1 expert reviews

Durability  
Battery  
#9261
alaAverage 3

Kyocera SoHo

The Kyocera SoHo looks good and sounds good, and its simple feature set will be just right for...

1 expert reviews

Design  
Usability  
GPS navigation  
ADVERTISEMENT
#9262
alaAverage 3

Sony Ericsson Walkman

The iPhone is beyond innovative and strikingly gorgeous. If you are an AT & T customer, we cannot...

1 expert reviews

Design  
#9264
alaAverage 3

Samsung SPH M340 Mantra

The Samsung Mantra SPH-M340 is a cheap, decent option for voice calls on Virgin Mobile, but not...

1 expert reviews

Price  
Usability  
Screen  
Camera  
#9265
alaAverage 3

Kyocera Tomo S2410

The Kyocera Tomo S2410 is a basic CDMA flip phone offered in black or white, with a thin readout...

1 expert reviews

Usability  
#9266
alaAverage 3

LG Monaco

Physically, LG Monaco may or may not click with most consumers because of its sliding QWERTY...

1 user reviews

#9267
alaAverage 3

Motorola The Deluxe ic902 - Motorola The Deluxe™ ic902

This is the edge of madness. It has bluetooth, GPS, 3G and an MP3 player. It has a decent...

1 user reviews

Camera  
#9268
alaAverage 3

Palm Treo(TM) 680 (Unlocked)

Palm Treo 680 presents itself with a lot of eye catching colors in the market. I find this unit a...

3 user reviews

Usability  
#9269
alaAverage 3

Samsung Galaxy A

It was released in May of 2010.

2 expert reviews

#9270
alaAverage 3

Motorola Sage MB508

Don't get this phone! It is an extreme battery hog. I was getting 3 hours or so of charge with...

1 user reviews

#9271
alaAverage 3

HP iPrint

HP iPrint is the simplest iPhone printing solution, but it's extremely limited.

1 expert reviews

#9272
alaAverage 3

Sanyo Zio by Kyocera (Sprint)

The Sanyo Zio's odd mixture of high-end and low-end components add up to a somewhat frustrating...

1 expert reviews

Usability  
Screen  
Portability  
#9273
alaAverage 3

Samsung Messager III (MetroPCS)

If your needs are primarily voice, text, and GPS, the Samsung Messager III is a great way to get...

1 expert reviews

Usability  
Design  
Price  
Screen  
#9274
alaAverage 3

LG Select (MetroPCS)

The LG Select is a good basic flip phone for savvy shoppers on MetroPCS, although it doesn't...

1 expert reviews

#9275
alaAverage 3

Dell Venue (AT&T)

The Dell Venue is a powerful Android phone with a smooth UI, but there's little to distinguish it...

1 expert reviews

Design  
Price  
Screen  
Reception  

Compare

    Cell Phones on alaTest

    alaTest.com has collected and analyzed millions of reviews from 2907 sources to help you choose the best Cell Phone & Smartphone from top brands like Apple, Htc, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and more.

    ADVERTISEMENT

    Blog Articles

    What’s New in The World of Smartphones?

    There is never a dull moment in the eventful world of smartphones. New models are being announced and launched every second week, raising the level of competition tremendously. We aren’t even...

    Looking Beyond iPhone 5

    For years, Apple dominated the world of smartphones with the various iPhone models, the latest of them being the iPhone 5. In due course of time, Android emerged on the scene and later, smartphones...

    Declutter Your Life With the Best Gadgets of 2012

    Before we get started, we would like to wish a very happy new year to all our readers. It is the first day of the year and all of us must be busy making new year’s resolutions, consciously or...

    ADVERTISEMENT