HTC has been pushing out phones with large displays ever since the HTC HD2 hit the market three years ago. Since then a lot of things have changed within the mobile industry, but HTC still thinks that there’s huge consumer appetite for smartphones with even larger displays. Enter the HTC Droid DNA. The phone’s full ... Read More »
T-Mobile has the fastest 4G HSPA+ network in the US, but it runs on 1700 MHz AWS spectrum that is not compatible with most GSM phones. Unlocked GSM phones can still operate on T-Mobile, but they are limited to slow 2G EDGE speeds. Thankfully T-Mobile is in the middle of a massive $4 billion network upgrade, ... Read More »
So now that you’re ready to move to a pre-paid plan, you’re going to need a shiny new device to bring along for the ride. As timing would have it, the Samsung Galaxy S III, the newest shining jewel in the Samsung crown, has just gone up for Read More »
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Could the newly released US GSM variant of the Galaxy Nexus be the first device on the block to receive Jelly Bean once it rolls out this year? If you believe a crash log that popped up online last week, then there’s good reason to think it will be.
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Well, that $199 price tag on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus certainly didn’t last long. It looks like someone at Best Buy got a little trigger happy and flipped the switch on their Samsung Galaxy Nexus product page, revealing the handset’s $299.99 price effective from November 27 (that’s today) until the end of the year.
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With all the excitement about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0, we’d like to remind you that other manufacturers are still working hard to roll out their latest handsets as well. Sprint and HTC announced this morning that the HTC EVO Design 4G will hit store shelves on October 23 for just $99.99 (after ... Read More »
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AT&T and Verizon are entrenched in a heated advertising war that shows no signs of slowing down. The latest iPhone ad attacked the Motorola Droid because Verizon’s CDMA network can’t do voice and data at the same time.
Motorola Droid will be coming to other countries.