Smartphone photo galleries

  • The phones of Mobile World Congress 2013

    The phones of Mobile World Congress 2013

    Mobile World Congress is under way in Barcelona, Spain. It's the biggest wireless trade show of the year, and you know what that means — phones, phones, phones. See them all, from smart to not.

  • BlackBerry 10: a few new surprises

    BlackBerry 10: a few new surprises

    Having heard, and written about, BlackBerry 10 for well over a year now, it was safe to say that we weren't expecting many surprises when BlackBerry finally unveiled its new mobile OS. But those clever Canadians have managed to save a couple of showstoppers for the launch event.

  • Sony at CES 2013: gallery

    Sony at CES 2013: gallery

    Sony's CES 2013 booth went all out on selling the 4K resolution revolution.

  • Telstra's 4G prepaid Christmas: photos

    Telstra's 4G prepaid Christmas: photos

    Telstra is planning to spread as much speed as cheer this Christmas, with three new 4G LTE prepaid devices on offer. 1

  • LG Optimus G: hands on

    LG Optimus G: hands on

    Though it won't be in stores until early next year, we had a chance to get up close and personal with LG's powerhouse smartphone. 1

  • Google Nexus 4: hands on

    Google Nexus 4: hands on

    Are you ready for the LG-made Google Nexus 4? We are, and were lucky enough to sit down with LG for some private time with the super-cheap, super-powerful smartphone. 6

  • Asus Padfone 2 launch

    Asus Padfone 2 launch

    See our images from the Taipei launch of the Asus Padfone 2.

  • Android camera vs. Android phone: who wins?

    Android camera vs. Android phone: who wins?

    Android-based cameras sound like a good idea in theory. But do they offer image quality that's better than from a smartphone? 5

  • A 'Peek' at BlackBerry 10 OS

    A 'Peek' at BlackBerry 10 OS

    Four months after RIM gave the world its first peek at BlackBerry 10 OS Beta 3, CNET got a little more hands-on time with its features.

  • Apple's Maps disaster

    Apple's Maps disaster

    The new Maps app for iOS 6 is a whole lot of fun — unless you want to use it for directions. Or to find a bridge that looks crossable. 10

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