The HTC One X in Europe has already been updated to Android 4.2.2, but Vodafone Australia has revealed that another update is in the works. This update would give the phone the same Sense 5.5 features that will hit the HTC One when it is updated to Android 4.3 later this ... Read More »
Vodafone has owned a 45% stake in Verizon Wireless all this time, and Verizon has long been contemplating buying it. Though Vodafone owns that stake, it isn’t a majority stake so Verizon still has control over itself. However, that’s just not good enough.
Finally, after much discussion, the boards of the two companies unanimously ... Read More »
Last week we reported that LG might be working on a Nexus device, and now another source has come forward with similar information. The Spanish blog MovilZona is reporting that a person connected with Vodafone told them that the next Nexus device would be made by LG.
We don’t know much about ... Read More »
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And one of the last pieces of the puzzle for the Galaxy Note II can now be slotted into place. Engadget spotted a sign from Vodafone at IFA indicating that the price for the Galaxy Note II off contract will be €639.90 or approximately $803.
Quick everyone freak out! Wait no, take a deep ... Read More »
The next Galaxy phone will be unpacked by Samsung on May 3rd, and some retailers are jumping the gun to take advantage of all the hype. Today Vodafone UK put up a teaser page so subscribers could register for updates on the highly anticipated device. We still don’t know the final ... Read More »
According to an HTC executive, the HTC One X may be getting off to a great start – even before launch. During the HTC One unveiling for the Asian market, Jack Tung, President of HTC North Asia, said that strong pre-order response for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 powered HTC One X would make the phone ... Read More »
Just yesterday we got a quick look at the leaked RUU for the HTC Endeavor and now we’re hearing that HTC has already secured a massive number of orders for the Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 handset. According to DigiTimes, the Chinese-language Economic Daily News is reporting that Vodafone, Orange and 18 other ... Read More »
Vodafone Germany has chosen to use a HTC phone to be the first mobile device to launch its shiny new 4G LTE network. The HTC Velocity (can you feel the speed?) for Vodafone may look familiar to those of us in the US market since it’s essentially the HTC Vivid with a different name.
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Ready for your daily dose of “did that seriously just happen?” Thanks to a federal injunction filed by Apple in Australia, sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 have been put on hold until Apple’s patent suit has been taken care of in court.
Apple claims Samsung has infringed upon ten different patents–everything from touchscreen technology ... Read More »
Are you sick and tired of waiting for your carrier or phone manufacturer to roll out the latest Android update? Fear not, Google feels your pain. The company just announced at the Google I/O keynote that it’s partnering with wireless carriers and OEMs with the goal of speeding up the updating process.
Initially, Google has ... Read More »