Samsung just announced they would be launching their Galaxy Note II in the US by mid-November and we were surprised to learn that the device will include Samsung’s own 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor. Previously, Samsung had used Qualcomm’s 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus for their US devices, but all the specs appear to ... Read More »
I recently ended my personal wireless contract with Verizon so I could have the freedom to use the phone and network of my choice, without any long term commitments. Verizon offers the best nationwide 4G LTE network, but I rarely needed the kinds of speeds they provided and they didn’t support the unlocked phones that ... Read More »
The overwhelming success of Apple’s iPhone 4S has finally hit a lull. Since its launch last October, the device has managed to hold on to the title of top selling device in the United States for 10 months before finally being dethroned by the Samsung Galaxy S III last month.
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If data caps and throttled data speeds have been keeping you up at night, T-Mobile may have just what you’re looking for to ensure a good night’s sleep. Starting on September 5th, T-Mobile will release its new nationwide 4G data plan. The new T-Mobile unlimited 4G data plans will cost $20 per month when added to ... Read More »
Hundreds of Android phones are released every year, but only a handful of products get all the attention. The big releases are normally saved for the fall shopping season and we are expecting new flagship phones from HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, and many more. Read on to see which phones topped our power rankings.
Rumors and speculation are nice, but we love it when we have real evidence to back up our stories. The latest bit of news regarding the fabled HTC One X+ comes to us via NenaMark2 benchmark results, revealing that the phone is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 chip clocked at ... Read More »
It’s not often that I write a speculative article, but recent news about an upcoming HTC device for T-Mobile has managed to catch my attention and ignite a flicker of hope that we may see a QWERTY equipped T-Mobile G3 in the next few months.
When the international version of the Galaxy Note received Android 4.0, packaged as Samsung’s Premium Suite, AT&T users knew they’d have a couple month wait until the update was reworked to Ma Bell’s standards. Sure enough, here we are some two months later and the update is finally rolling out to AT&T Galaxy ... Read More »