Today at CTIA, Sprint and HTC announced the EVO 3D, the successor to their most successful product ever. Highlights of the device include a 4.3-inch glasses-free 3D display, dual 5 megapixel main 3D cameras, dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, 1 GB RAM, and 4G of internal storage.
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The T-Mobile we know and love could be going away, but it is business as usual until the merger is approved and today they announced the initial markets for their HSPA+ upgrade to 42 Mbps.
“As T-Mobile continues the aggressive expansion of America’s Largest 4G Network, we’re doubling our maximum speed in more than ... Read More »
Today Verizon Wireless announced an additional 59 markets where it plans to roll out 4G LTE coverage by the end of the year. Their current 4G LTE network already covers most of the largest cities and reaches 110 million people, but the new medium-sized cities and smaller communities will help Verizon reach their goal of 100% ... Read More »
Samsung will not be outdone. Today at CTIA in Orlando, they unveiled their lineup of the world’s thinnest and lightest tablets. Measuring just 8.6 mm deep, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be thinner and lighter than the iPad 2.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was first unveiled last month, but Samsung ... Read More »
Samsung Mobile’s Unpacked event is about to kick off at 11 AM EST and you can find a live broadcast stream on Samsung.com. We expect Samsung will announce their next-generation of mobile devices including the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and maybe the US version of the Galaxy S II. Tune ... Read More »
Today T-Mobile officially announced the G2x with Google by LG. Expected to be available this spring (around April 20th), the G2x will become T-Mobile’s first smartphone with a dual-core CPU.
“More consumers than ever are turning to their smartphones to stay entertained wherever they are with access to their favorite video games, TV programs ... Read More »
In an effort to beat Sprint and HTC to the punch, AT&T just announced the first glasses-free 3D phone for the United States. Named the LG Thrill 4G, this will be AT&T’s version of the LG Optimus 3D that we played with last month at Mobile World Congress.
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In the next 24 hours we expect HTC will unveil their first handset with a dual-core CPU. The device is codenamed the HTC Pyramid and is rumored to appear on T-Mobile later this year and could be arriving on Sprint as the EVO 3D. We got our first glimpse of the Pyramid last ... Read More »
Today Sprint announced that integrated Google Voice services were coming to all of its CDMA phones. Google Voice was previously available to Sprint customers, but now they can set their existing Sprint wireless phone number as their Google Voice number and avoid the hassle and fees associated with porting their number.
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As expected, Samsung and Sprint announced today that the Nexus S 4G would be available this spring for $199 with 2-year agreement. The device is exactly like the Nexus S that launched for T-Mobile last year, with the addition of 4G WiMAX support.
The Nexus series of phones are special because customers will be among ... Read More »