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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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T-Mobile now taking pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Just a quick heads up that T-Mobile is now accepting pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. If you’re interested in picking up the new 5.7-inch hotness from Samsung you can

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Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile call dibs on HTC Desire 510

Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile on Tuesday confirmed the arrival of the $99 no-contract HTC Desire 510. Powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, the smartphone features a 4.7-inch

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Are the glory days over for Samsung? Shares hit two-year low

Remember how good things were for Samsung two years ago? Just about everywhere you turned it seemed someone was talking about the Galaxy S3. The worm had turned and people

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LG bucks convention with Wine Smart flip smartphone

Not afraid to try something new (or is it old?), LG has announced a flip smartphone known as the Wine Smart. Powered by Android 4.4 KitKat, the internals include a

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Samsung Thailand lists 6-inch Galaxy Mega 2

Samsung Thailand has listed its latest smartphone, the 6-inch Galaxy Mega 2. Presumably rolling out to a wider release in the coming weeks and months, the device picks up where

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AT&T to carry LG G3 Vigor on September 23

AT&T on Monday announced that it, too, will soon offer the LG G3 Vigor. As a lower-cost and lesser-powered take on the flagship G3, this one features a 5-inch display, an

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AT&T rings up Samsung Galaxy Alpha for September 26

AT&T on Monday kicked off the week with a new smartphone announcement. Arriving later this week, the Galaxy Alpha brings Samsung’s new design language to the United States. Pricing for

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Sprint taking Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders September 26

Looking to pre-order your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 through Sprint? You’ll have to wait just a week longer; the carrier on Thursday announced the device will be offered in pre-orders

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Verizon Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders start September 19

Verizon on Thursday confirmed its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available for pre-order effective September 19. It’s not clear what day the carrier expects the smartphone

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AT&T outlines pricing options for Galaxy Note 4

AT&T has officially announced the pricing and availability options for its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Pre-orders for the device begin Friday, September 19 with shipments to commence

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T-Mobile: pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on September 24

T-Mobile was among the first wireless providers to announce specific details as it pertains to the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Pre-orders for the device begin at

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on sale October 17; pre-orders begin September 19

Samsung on Thursday confirmed the upcoming arrival date for its Galaxy Note 4 smartphone. Touching down on October 17, the device will be offered across AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and U.S.

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Amazon refreshes Kindle Fire line with four new tablets

As has been the case with the last few fall seasons, Amazon has refreshed its Kindle Fire tablet lineup. For 2014 we find the online giant introducing no less than

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Moto Exit: Punit Soni announces his departure from Motorola

Vice President of Product Management at Motorola, Punit Soni, today announced his departure from the company. A post on his Google+ account tells us he’s leaving Motorola “after a couple of

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet doubles down on storage, adds 4G LTE

NVIDIA has boosted the specs for its recently released Shield Tablet and is today announcing two key improvements. A new version of the tablet will be made available later this