Samsung has announced its latest mobile processor, the Exynos ModAP. It’s been a while (almost two years) since a Samsung Exynos processor has been relevant in the US because they’ve lacked LTE support. However, the Exynos ModAP might finally change that.
The ModAP is a quad-core chip based on a 28nm process, which claims to play back ... Read More »
Verizon was first out of the gate with a strong LTE network in the US, but thanks to overcapacity, it has since fallen behind the competition. It’s well known that Verizon is looking to utilize AWS spectrum in order to offset the LTE network’s current load, but exactly when Verizon plans on getting major phones ... Read More »
When the Moto G launched last year we couldn’t help but think one of the only things that would have made the affordable handset substantially better was LTE. Motorola was listening and now that prices have come down they’ve introduced an updated version of the Moto G with LTE support.
You’ll still get the same ... Read More »
The second and more popular version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 is finally getting updated to KitKat internationally. Samsung has started rolling out the KitKat update to the Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S4 GT-I9505 after the update has gone out to the Exynos-powered model. This is the international model, so rebranded carrier models need not apply.
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ZTE made its way to Mobile World Congress and has announced a brand new smartphone, and an interesting one at that. It’s called the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE, and it’s an intriguing mix of mid-range and high end hardware. Some specs are impressive, some not so much. But overall it’s a solid device.
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Following its announcement of the MediaPad X1, Huawei has announced two more devices at Mobile World Congress both featuring next generation 150Mbps Cat 4 LTE: the 4.5-inch Ascend G6 and 8-inch MediaPad M1.
Both devices are meant to be easily affordable with relatively low price-points and their spec-sheets reflect that. Huawei’s guessing there’s ... Read More »
The Nexus 7 2013 LTE may be a Nexus device with no carrier branding or loyalty, but its latest update is giving it some Verizon-specific goodies. The tablet is now receiving an update that’s based on 4.4.2, weighs in at 37MB and will improve connectivity for those who managed to get their tablet running on ... Read More »
It was announced at CES in January as the ZTE Iconic Phablet. Later that same month, Boost Mobile announced it would be carrying the Boost Max, which is simply the ... Read More »
Now that we’ve sorted through all of the internal specs of the perfect Nexus phone, we thought this would be the perfect time to ask which manufacturer Google should choose to build this dream phone. We all have our favorite manufacturers and they all seem to have their own unique touches. HTC, Samsung ... Read More »
Many people out there can’t live without 4G LTE. I was stuck with an old AT&T Galaxy S II for a long time, content with HSPA+ 21. It was fast enough for my needs and even tethered just fine. However, when I finally got an LTE device, the speeds blew me away. I was late ... Read More »