Been itching for a good press render of Verizon’s upcoming LTE enabled Samsung Stratosphere? Look no further.
Originally rumored to launch September 8 (the device has obviously missed that date), the Stratosphere is essentially a reworked and upgraded Epic 4G for Verizon. Coming in with a full Qwerty keyboard and support for ... Read More »
Let’s be honest for a second here. Not everyone is all gaga for the Verizon branded Nexus/Droid/Galaxy Prime. Whether it’s due to a hatred for Samsung or loyalty to another company, not everyone is going to rush out and buy one. If you’re a fan of Motorola, then you’ve no doubt been drooling over, or ... Read More »
After 9 long months of waiting, the Motorola DROID Bionic is finally set to launch tomorrow on Verizon. The DROID Bionic marks a key milestone for Verizon, as it will be the first dual-core device to feature support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
The Motorola Droid Bionic is expected to finally be released this week. Several months since its announcement at CES, many of you are still set on making this your next phone. But, after this delay, is it worth it?
Those planning to purchase a Bionic should comb over these videos, as ... Read More »
Verizon has not been playing around with the expansion of its 4G LTE network. What started as a network in its “infancy” is now getting close to becoming one of the 4G networks with the largest coverage (watch out, T-Mobile!).
Verizon has just released news that it will be turning on the ... Read More »
As the story goes over on Howard Forums this Motorola rep was paying a visit to the local Verizon shop and showing off his wares when out came the Droid Bionic. A budding young blurrycam was able to snap these shots of the phone and laptop dock in action.
While there isn’t any ... Read More »
While Verizon’s LTE network is quickly spreading, AT&T is taking its time. AT&T’s new LTE network will launch in only 5 markets this summer and 15 by the end of the year. By then, Verizon will be covering 175 markets.
AT&T is currently working to provide a better spectrum for its customers, focusing ... Read More »
US Android fans may not be very pleased with the fact that it has taken so long for the Samsung Galaxy S II to get here. This device has been popping up all over the world–our friends in neighboring countries have it already–but the US is still not getting any love! ... Read More »
One hundred and fifty four days after the first 4G LTE upgradeable tablet launched on Verizon, a tablet is finally going to be accessing that beautiful network. Unfortunately for early adopters, it’s not the Motorola Xoom.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1, which many of you know and love, has done the impossible and built ... Read More »
We know some of you love those physical keyboards, and the selection of devices with this feature is becoming less abundant. Verizon (like most carriers) doesn’t have many options (mostly just the Motorola Droid family and the LG Ally). If you’ve been waiting for your next slide-out keyboard device, and don’t want to ... Read More »