In June of this year, Sony made the Xperia Z4v, a slightly upgraded version of its Z4, official for Verizon Wireless. The company announced that it planned on launching the handset for the Big Red carrier sometime in the summer months, marking a pretty big bet on the U.S. with a strong flagship to ... Read More »
Rejoice, Verizon HTC One M9 users, because your Android 5.1 update is nearly here.
HTC’s Mo Versi says that the Android 5.1 update for Verizon’s One M9 has been approved and that it’ll begin rolling out tomorrow, August 20. Along with Android 5.1, the update will include a Stagefright patch and will ... Read More »
After months of certification delays and other craziness, Verizon began selling an LTE Nexus 7 months after its initial debut. Now we’ve got some good news for the folks that ended up buying the Nexus 7 from VZW.
Over the last few years, the mobile industry has been making some major changes to the way that those in the U.S. get their hands on smartphones and other devices. While two-year contracts and phone subsidies aren’t completely gone just yet, it all seems inevitable at this point. And Verizon Wireless is now driving that ... Read More »
With T-Mobile becoming a scrappy and ferocious competitor, the other wireless carriers are working hard to keep profits and customer bases intact. Out of all of them, Verizon looks to be faring the best, with its Q2 2015 earnings showing a steady revenue and a decreased churn rate (amount of customers ... Read More »
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.