AT&T has officially announced the Kyocera Hydro SHORE, bringing a new device to its GoPhone lineup.
The Hydro SHORE will exclusively available at Walmart and will retail for only $79.99. As far as specifications go, the Hydro SHORE boasts a 5-inch display, and there’s a 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon professor under the hood, coupled with 1GB ... Read More »
Some folks like to start their week with a nice cup of coffee or a nice, warm cinnamon roll. Sprint does things a little differently. The company is kicking off its new week by announcing a new Android smartphone.
Sprint today introduced the Kyocera Hydro Vibe, ... Read More »
Remember earlier this month when a rumor claimed that a “Glamour Red” version of the HTC One (M8) is heading to Verizon? Well that rumor is back again today, but this time we’re actually getting a peek at the device itself.
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After reviewing the best unlocked Android phones for every budget last week, we found that choices were slim when you dipped below $100. You can pretty much expect an outdated version of Android, slow processor, and tiny display when you are looking for a budget smartphone.
Today Sprint announced the Kyocera Rise, which is clearly ... Read More »
As expected, Sprint and Kyocera just officially announced the Echo, the world’s first dual-touchscreen smartphone. The device’s most notable feature is its dual 3.5 inch touchscreen displays, which are connected with a patent-pending “pivot hinge” to produce a 4.7 inch screen (800 x 960 resolution when opened).
Sprint will begin selling the phone this spring ... Read More »
If you want to experience Android but can’t afford a high-end phone and their expensive data plans, then the Cricket Zio may be the device for you. This entry-level Android phone is selling for only $229 online and comes with a $55 per month unlimited everything plan.
The Zio is an mid-range Android phone and ... Read More »
The Zio M6000 features a 3.5 inch display and 600 MHz processor.
The nationâ€™s third largest cable company is launching their wireless service this March. Cox will initially piggyback on Sprint’s network, but has plans to build their own LTE network later this year.