Hopefully, you haven’t had enough of those movie-like Droid TV ads — we certainly haven’t. Because Verizon is back at it again, this time with a Droid Charge ad. The ad has everything you can expect from a Droid commercial at this point. Mysterious-looking henchmen? Check. Futuristic, underground facility? Check. Mechs? Check. Sexy girl? Check. More ... Read More »
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Verizon and Samsung have teamed up to release the Samsung Droid Charge, which will hit retail stores on Thursday, April 28th for $300. You may remember the Droid Charge from our coverage of CES, including Nick Gray’s hands-on of the early build. Then dubbed the unnamed Samsung 4G LTE Smartphone, the Droid Charge ... Read More »
Verizon’s new addition to the “Droid” family, the Samsung Droid Charge, has been peeking its head at us since CES 2011. It is always nice to see our upcoming devices show up in leaked videos and images, and if you are waiting for Verizon’s ... Read More »
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LTE is really great if it’s in your area already. Even though the network is not fully populated when compared to WiMAX in it’s infancy, it’s still much much faster, and relatively low latency. It’s a mobile network that routinely puts low end cable and DSL ISP’s to shame in my opinion. The HTC Thunderbolt, ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Verizon’s getting things squared away for the launch of the Samsung DROID Charge and the HTC DROID Incredible 2. We know the specs and what both devices feel like and now we finally have unofficial pricing for both.
According to a leaked document, Verizon will be selling ... Read More »
Our friends at Phandroid got their hot little hands on the table below which shows that Verizon is about to really put the pedal to the metal on Android.
The phone formerly known as the “Samsung 4G LTE Smartphone” has settled on the much more memorable moniker of the Droid Charge and according to the image above which was uncovered by PocketNow it will be sporting a shiny new stylized eye as further evidence of its Droid lineage. Why Verizon deigned to grant it ... Read More »