As the US’s only licensed iPhone dealer, AT&T has left a lot to be desired with providing their customers with the Android OS.
Things are changing in 2011 for AT&T. According to their media release, they plan on releasing 20 new 4G devices by the end of the year, 12 of them being Android.
This baby has been getting a lot of press lately, and for good reason. It’s a pretty amazing looking device. This morning, Sprint “officially” announced the EVO Shift 4G. They
Remember when we got the info on the Shift’s release date? Well, now, thanks to Cellphonesignal, we have more info. It seems that WalMart’s website is showing us that the
A @cyanogen tweet earlier this afternoon brought tears of joy for many users. The latest batch of EVO 4G’s to leave the warehouse had a new camera. This meant that
The HTC Evo 4G Shift is finally confirmed to arrive by RadioShack of all places. The ad shows that they are selling it for US$149.99 with a 2-year contract, and
Verizon just let the word out that they will be showing off Android-based devices capable of supporting their new 4G LTE network at next month’s CES
Sprint is Americas second provider when it comes to bloatware, just one step behind Verizon. It doesn’t load it up with freaking Bing, but they do add all kinds of bloatware, no matter whether users think it’s useful or not. But they do update their phones.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse was in the hot seat today with Walt Mossberg at the Dive into Mobile conference. When pressed about the carrier’s plans to offer a tiered data plan, Hesse said they aren’t planning to change things up.
he folks over at HTCPedia Shop were passed a handful of HTC Knight images from one of their suppliers yesterday. The pictures show what appear to be production ready handsets with respective accessories in different colors. While it is entirely possible that these are very high quality renders, we get the feeling that the phone is right around the corner.
You knew it wouldn’t be long before the other players started chipping away at Verizon’s 4G news. Only hours after the announcement, Clearwire is among the first to come out publicly and take on Big Red’s LTE network.
We’ve long wanted to liveblog Android-related events here on AndroidGuys but had not come across any tools practical enough to try out. A few weeks back we came across a Wordpress plugin that we think will do the trick. We’ve been waiting patiently to kick the tires on this thing so what better way than to do a dry run with Verizon’s LTE announcement?
If you have been watching television over the last few days, you may have seen the commercial (After the break) teasing the new 4G LTE network from Verizon. As much excitement as the ad might generate, we don’t know how the network will roll out, nor when. Verizon looks to set the table for us as soon as December 1st.
Sprint has expanded their 4G network by another six markets today with the addition of Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio.
T-Mobile continues to expand their 4G network as they push towards their goal of blanketing 200 million users by the end of the year. As of today, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network