LG's new L-Style phones bring sleek styling and (mostly) Ice Cream Sandwich to Mobile World Congress. Join CNET as we go hands-on from Barcelona, Spain.
With its pokey software and low-res screen, CNET UK pans the LG Optimus L3.
Smartphones running Android Ice Cream Sandwich are few and far between. LG hopes to change that with its L-Style handsets, a new line offering a double scoop of ICS.
The 2012 Mobile World Congress has come to a close. After shipping out from Barcelona, Spain, CNET brings you the highs and lows of the world's premier wireless trade show.
If you have the hots for LG's new phones but can't make it to Barcelona, Spain, this year, check out our hands-on pictures from the show.
It's the second day of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, and the phones just keep on coming. Nokia announced a whole slew of models, as did Samsung, LG, and a few others.
After some growing pains, HTC is ready to concentrate on family values. The family in question? Its new "HTC One" line of Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones.
HTC's Media Link accessory looks to offer an Android-friendly alternative to the same media streaming and mirroring features currently available on the Apple TV with the iPhone.
HTC's high-end One X has a large HD screen and a camera that HTC claims is its best yet--both features that will help anchor the smartphone maker's new signature brand.