After reviewing the best unlocked Android phones for every budget last week, we found that choices were slim when you dipped below $100. You can pretty much expect an outdated version of Android, slow processor, and tiny display when you are looking for a budget smartphone.
Today Sprint announced the Kyocera Rise, which is clearly ... Read More »
The HTC One V is now available from Virgin Mobile USA for $199.99. Virgin Mobile’s introduction of the HTC One V caught us completely off guard. When HTC first unveiled the handset at Mobile World Congress, rumors started going around that we would see a Virgin Mobile variant in the U.S. – but ... Read More »
Samsung’s response to the newly freed One series of devices is already available in many parts of the globe and while those of us in the U.S. are still just grasping at rumors, our neighbors to the north can now lord their certainty over us as Samsung has confirmed that the ... Read More »
On May 31, Virgin Mobile will launch the HTC EVO V 4G. The new HTC device is essentially last year’s HTC EVO 3D without Sprint’s branding. Virgin has kept the 3D display, dual cameras and the phone’s awkward design. While Sprint’s HTC EVO 3D is still running on Android 2.3, the EVO V 4G will ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly column where we round up all the Android-related rumors and discuss the validity of each one. Everyone seems to love our original rumor reports, but we thought it would be fun to examine the rumors from around the web and share our thoughts on the possibility of them coming true. ... Read More »
Sick of waiting on Verizon to release their version of the Galaxy Nexus? Those of you that live up north might want to cross the border this weekend as Canadian carriers Bell and Virgin Mobile have just launched the Galaxy Nexus today. Both carriers are selling the device for $159 with a 3-year ... Read More »
Late last week, we learned that the Android 4.0 flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, would possibly launch in the U.S. on December 8th. That date got a bit more plausible this morning, as Canadian carriers Bell Mobility and Virgin Mobile announced that they will launch the device on the 8th.
Update: Walmart is not selling this device or taking reservations at this time and will not have it for some time. Straight Talk is exclusively selling it in early September and consumers can reserve the device today through the following link http://Reserve.StraightTalkAndroid.com
There’s no better time than an acquisition to start hunting for unsatisfied customers. Like other carriers, Virgin Mobile is now trying to advertise its services before all the customers end up in one of the two major carriers. Aiming at the younger customers, this commercial doesn’t fall short in making fun of T-Mobile.