Samsung Galaxy Note II users have been waiting a while for a major update. The device launched with Android 4.1, and Samsung opted to skip Android 4.2 to directly give its users the Android 4.3 update. But it’s been so long. Luckily, owners of the Note II don’t have much longer to wait.
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This weekend just got a lot better for anyone rocking a Samsung Galaxy S III on Sprint or US Cellular. Both carriers have revealed that they’re now rolling out an Android 4.3 update to their flavor of Samsung’s 2012 flagship, bringing it up ... Read More »
Wireless plans aren’t cheap. When you’re a student, you can’t always easily afford them. Whether you’re paying crazy college tuition or are jobless in the cruel middle school period, a phone and a plan are not easy to come by. Surprisingly, Sprint and Best Buy have come to the rescue.
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The Samsung Galaxy Round is Samsung’s first foray into the flexible display world, and it was more of a “test” than anything. The company announced that the device will not be sold outside of a few countries, so the US would never get it. This is despite some thinking it was somewhat cool (those software ... Read More »
I hope you spent this past weekend getting your creative side ready for a workout, because Motorola just announced that the Moto Maker customization tool is now available to all four major US carriers. After launching exclusively with the AT&T-flavored Moto X back at the end ... Read More »
One of the biggest selling points of the Moto X is the fantastic customization suite called Moto Maker. Inside, you can build a Moto X anyway you want it, with a choice of front color, rear color, accent color and storage, as well as customize your background, start screen and more. You can also get ... Read More »
Amazingly, the Nexus 5 supports three different carriers right out of the box. There is only one model, yet it works on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. It’s an impressive feat Google pulled off, but it looks like Sprint isn’t quite ready to support the Nexus 5 on its network.
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The most disappointing thing about the Moto X wasn’t the mid-range specs, or the price, or even availability. It was the lack of Moto Maker for anyone other than AT&T customers. Sure, if you were on Verizon, T-mobile or Sprint you could still buy the device. But those crazy color combos and welcome messages were ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of the Samsung Galaxy S III mini inexplicably coming to AT&T a year after release, Samsung has announced that their much newer Galaxy S 4 mini is coming to the US. The miniature device will be coming to AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and US Cellular at the beginning of November with pricing, ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is Samsung’s lowest end tablet currently being made, so you can get one for a measly $199.99. That’s cheap considering Samsung has to make a profit on them, unlike Google. However, if it’s still too expensive, and you want to be free of WiFi networks, Sprint has a deal ... Read More »