Low-end Android devices have hit that weird stage in their lifecycle where they just don’t know who they are anymore. Will anyone actually buy a 600MHz HVGA device on a two-year contract anymore? That’s a complicated question. Two-years is a long time. But what about off contract? How much do you charge for a device ... Read More »
Announced through a series of press releases today, Leap Wireless (parent company of Cricket) will be taking the Cricket name nationwide.
Currently available in 35 states, with some 5.7 million customers under their belt, Cricket phones and service plans will soon be available in new markets starting September 25. The expansion comes from the help ... Read More »
Boost Mobile and Samsung have teamed up today to announce the Samsung Transform Ultra–a mid-range to high-end Android device with a full slide-out physical keyboard.
With Android 2.3 and a VGA front-facing camera for video chat, the Samsung Ultra aims to cover a wide range of consumer needs in one device. By utilizing a full ... Read More »
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Looking for a good way to keep your phone bill down without making any compromises on the device you have to use? Then look no further than Motorola Triumph from Virgin Mobile US.
With a 1GHz processor, 4.1-inch display, 5 megapixel rear camera boasting 720p video, VGA front-facing camera and HDMI output, you’ll be hard ... Read More »
Don’t like those two-year contracts? Well, Motorola has just announced a great device for you: the Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile! Though many of these prepaid devices tend to lack the great specs we want on our Android devices, this device is actually not bad at all. Undoubtedly, this is among the best prepaid phones ... Read More »
While everyone loves a good deal, most heavy users out there are worrying about the impending doom of tiered data plans. T-Mobile has just announced its new postpaid and prepaid unlimited plans, advertising unlimited voice, text, and web, but the fine print is just as present as ever. It seems very likely that consumers might ... Read More »