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Cricket Wireless today announced that they will soon be offering their second Android 4.0 smartphone in the form of the ZTE Engage. Set to arrive on October 2, the handset
Consumer Cellular today announced that they have released their latest Android smartphone, the Huawei 8652. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the handset features a 3.5-inch display, 600MHz processor, 3.2-megapixel camera,
RadioShack has confirmed the recent whispers that they will be offering their brand of wireless service by today announcing new prepaid plans. Piggybacking off of Leap Wireless’s network (Sprint), the
T-Mobile and Walmart today announced that they will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone to customers in a more affordable no-contract option. Priced at only $299.00, the Android
The FCC has helped to reveal an upcoming MetroPCS smartphone out of Chinese handset maker ZTE. According to PhoneScoop, the N910 will be feature a large display, Qualcomm MSM8660 processor, 5-megapixel
Aww man, you just got that phone? That’s too bad, because Virgin Mobile has a really great plan and an increasingly better selection of Android devices. Dude, that sucks. Virgin
The last 24 ours have seen a number of prepaid smartphone announcements from a handful of carriers. If you are a T-Mobile, Virgin, or Boost Mobile subscriber then you’ll have
T-Mobile today announced that they’ve added another Android-based smartphone to their prepaid lineup. Called the T-Mobile Concord, it’s a manufactured by ZTE and features 3G connectivity. We’re not sure the
Boost Mobile has announced a pair of Android-powered smartphones from Samsung, both of which are due in September. Each is a little different from the next and offers something unique
Virgin Mobile has added another Android smartphone to their no-contract roster, announcing the Samsung Galaxy Reverb. Due in September, the handset is a mid-range model with a somewhat reasonable $250
U.S. Cellular today announced three new prepaid voice, text, and data plans for subscribers which go into effect immediately. Available for a select number of Android models, the no-contract options
The no-contract carrier debuts the successor to their Optimus V.
The no-contract carrier is set to offer an Ice Cream Sandwich experience in the mid-range HTC handset.
Virgin Mobile has begun taking preorders for their next Android handset, the Gingerbread-powered (PCD) Venture, with expected shipping to begin March 15. At $99 it’s pretty much all the Android
Boost Mobile today announced that they will be offering the Samsung Replenish starting tomorrow with a super-appealing price tag. Bowing as the first Android smartphone on the carrier’s network for