It’s now been several months since the Nexus 5 got a software update, but according to Sprint, that’ll be changing soon.
Our comprehensive review of the HTC One (M8) will be available soon, but we know some of you might not be able to wait and if you have been following along with our series of review posts I’m sure you have gotten the hint that we are fans of this device.
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When Samsung announced the Galaxy S5, it also revealed a new feature called Download Booster, which combines your WiFi and data connection to boost download speed significantly and allow you to download files much faster. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen such a feature, but a native implementation of it will probably be ... Read More »
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Buying devices online isn’t always the best route. Not only do you have to pay for shipping and wait for your phone to come to you, but you also don’t get the opportunity to play with the handset beforehand. Going into a store and just using a phone to see if it’s right for you ... Read More »
The LG G2 is a pretty awesome device if you’re a fan of big phones. There a lot of people that prefer smaller handsets, though, and the smartphone industry has not been very accommodating to them lately. Most “mini” devices have been underpowered, mid-range smartphones with a shell that happens to look like the full-size ... Read More »
Do you own an LG G2 on Sprint? If so, we’re here to give you a bit of pleasant news on this fine spring day. Sprint is now rolling out Android 4.4.2 KitKat to its LG G2, complete with a fix for a Next Radio audio bug. If this update is anything like the one ... Read More »
Good news, Android fans! AT&T and Sprint have announced that starting today, they’re rolling KitKat updates out to a couple of their king size smartphones.
Sprint customers, your Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-order is here.
Yes, Sprint just announced that it is now accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S5 both in stores and online. Sprint will offer the device in both Charcoal Black and Shimmery White color options, and the big yellow carrier says that the ... Read More »
I’m usually the first to criticize Verizon’s pricing, but one thing I really can’t fault it on is its coverage. Time and again we see it come away with top honors in network quality and reliability studies, and a new national study by RootMetrics is no exception. In it, Verizon emerged victorious in four of ... Read More »
While most devices are still waiting to get their first taste of KitKat, Motorola has been busy pushing a second Android 4.4 update out to the Moto X. The KitKat update was released to the Moto X shortly after it became available for the Nexus 7 devices, and now this latest update brings the Moto ... Read More »