A smartphone that works across both GSM and CDMA carriers is not a common find. The Nexus and Pixel line of devices feature both sets of radios, as well as some Motorola phones, but you still have to choose one or the other with most phones these days.
It’s possible to make a smartphone that’s compatible with all four major carriers in the US. Look at the Moto X Pure Edition and the new Nexus devices, which can go between AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon at will. HTC was hoping to achieve the same thing with the unlocked One A9, but unfortunately those plans ... Read More »
T-Mobile said last month that it had three major markets and 500,000 customers still on the legacy MetroPCS CDMA network, and it looks like T-Mo plans to shut ‘em all down in the next month and a half.
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Last month, we were treated with the announcement that Sprint’s Nexus S 4G would be releasing on May 8 (today), and surely, the Sprint version of Google’s phone is now available for purchase. As expected, the device is going for $199.99 on a two-year contract, or $549.99 without. This is $100 more than ... Read More »
We are about 3 days out from the official reveal of the Galaxy Tab and the leaks are coming fast and furious at this point.
If you thought today’s surprise Nexus One announcement made no sense, you are not the only one. What changed Verizon’s mind in their decision to support the Nexus One?
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Verizon customers could see the Nexus One as early as next month.
AT&T and Verizon are entrenched in a heated advertising war that shows no signs of slowing down. The latest iPhone ad attacked the Motorola Droid because Verizon’s CDMA network can’t do voice and data at the same time.