New photos of a Motorola smartphone with Verizon branding have surfaced this weekend, promptly bring about talks of a Droid 5. Shown with a 5-row QWERTY keyboard, the phone looks
Verizon today began offering its latest entry-level smartphone, the LG Enact. Priced at $19 with a two-year service agreement, the phone features a QWERTY keyboard, 4-inch 800×480 display, 5-megapixel rear
Verizon will soon introduce a new QWERTY slider smartphone from LG in the next days, reports @evleaks. Called the LG Enact, it should feature a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel rear
Motorola introduced a trade up program last year just for Moto phones, so you could trade an old selected device with a new selected smartphone, and also get a $100 back.
After months of waiting and anticipation, Verizon customers will soon have the opportunity to purchase the HTC One. Slated to arrive on August 22, the flagship device will run $199
Just a quick heads up to let you all current and prospective Verizon subscribers know that the sign-up page is live for both the HTC One and LG G2. As
Verizon is offering a number of amazing high end smartphones and now it seems they might be adding a bunch of affordable Android smartphones to their line as well. PhoneArena
Customization is reported to be locked down with AT&T until November.
Newly released photos and recent Bluetooth SIG documents suggest Verizon will soon offer the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. A Samsung SCH-i435 has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG website, matching
Motorola announced on Thursday that the Moto X will soon arrive at five major wireless providers in the United States. Indeed, the smartphone will be offered at Verizon, AT&T, Sprint,
The flagship smartphone should arrive two weeks later than the previously reported August 1 date.
The trio arrive on August 20 and range from $99 to $299 with two-year service agreements.
A so-called “Limited Edition” DROID ULTRA has spilled online just hours ahead of Verizon’s big Motorola reveal. Bearing a red racing stripe down the center of the back, the phone
Verizon confirmed on Thursday that August 25 will be the start of the carrier’s new upgrade program, Verizon Edge. As expected, it will allow users to trade in their old