Earlier this year, ZTE launched the Spro 2 on AT&T, giving Big Blue customers the chance to pick up a mobile hotspot/projector combo device that runs Android 4.4. Now Verizon customers will get access to the unique device too.
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This coming week is sure to be loaded with Apple news thanks to WWDC, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be any goodies for the rest of us.
TmoNews has learned that T-Mobile is prepping several announcements for the next five days ... Read More »
Last year, ZTE introduced us to the Spro smart projector that eventually came to the states as the LivePro on Sprint. At CES 2015, ZTE has just announced the second generation Spro, aptly named the Spro 2. The Spro 2 is an Android-powered smart projector and mobile hotspot. It can connect to WiFI and 4G ... Read More »
Yep. You read that right. ZTE and Sprint are joining forces to bring the world its first mini projector/mobile hotspot. Evleaks leaked this interesting device last week and now it’s official. Complete with an overly dramatic press release, ZTE is really coming out with the Swiss Army Knife of mobile hotspots. Here’s what the Sprint ... Read More »
Verizon has just announced the new iPad data packages, boasting the fact that they include hotspot services at no additional cost. Big Red offers the same feature for tablets with other operating systems. The hotspot may be a great incentive to buy a tablet, but seems rather unfair for smartphone owners.
The HTC Thunderbolt may have the privilege of being the first 4G phone to launch on Verizon, but according to some information received by our friends at Droid-Life it will be launching without two significant benefactors of that extra “G.”
The first feature that will be tardy for the ... Read More »
T-Mobile is testing a new software update for the G2 that reportedly adds the WiFi calling application we heard about and enables the missing mobile hotspot feature. The update was first reported by a user on the xda-developers forums who says he received the new firmware over the air and it ... Read More »
Normal Android users could gain one of the most popular features of hacked Android phones – built-in internet tethering. TechCrunch has posted some leaked screens of Android 2.2 (FroYo) which reveal USB tethering and a portable Wi-Fi hotspot. Both options have long been available to users of custom ROMs, like CyanogenMod, ... Read More »