Is HTC on a mission to come up with the longest possible names for phones? As if the Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE wasn’t enough, now we’re dealing with the
MetroPCS is one of the leading regional carriers in USA and they are offering a bunch of good Android powered devices. Now it seems that they are looking forward to
Expected to cost around $99 with contract, the Star Q will be aimed at high schoolers and college-bound students.
Motorola Droid RAZR is right now the sexiest Motorola device you can grab from Verizon Wireless, but let’s face the fact that it’s time for the successor of it to
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is right now the successor of Google’s smartphone line, and without any doubt it’s an excellent device. Verizon is also offering the Galaxy Nexus, and it comes
Images surface for a mid-range Samsung expected at Verizon later this summer.
Just almost a week ago, Verizon Wireless expanded their 4G LTE market through New York and Georgia. According to CNET, Verizon is now planning to launch 4G LTE in 33
We got a look at the LG Optimus Vu when it was announced right before MWC, running Gingerbread at the time. Now an image of the Vu has been leaked,
EDIT: It turns out that Verizon customer service was misinformed, and the bootloaders will NOT be unlocked via an OTA (or any other) update. The OTA update mentioned is
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III to come in “developer edition” for $599, comes with unlockable bootloader
Now that Verizon has admitted that their iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S III will come with a locked bootloader, there are a lot of users that are very upset…
In order to bring customers a better LTE experience, Verizon has expanded their LTE market in both NY and GA. The new markets include: Syracuse, NY Cicero, NY Clay, NY
Retail availability is delayed by two days, however pre-orders are said to be shipping now.
Last week, HTC made the official announcement for the Droid Incredible 4G LTE on Verizon. Today, that phone is now made available to the public. It comes at $150 on a
Image courtesy of Engadget Most of us remember the Droid Incredible. It was a 2-spectrum phone: not in bandwidth, but in popularity. It was a phone that you either loved or
In the wake of Google’s release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean yesterday, developers have been hard at work. Now, in record time, Jelly Bean ROMs are being released for