As it approaches its one-year anniversary, the Galaxy Nexus is still going strong and hasn’t lost its shine among Android enthusiasts. We’re not sure if that fully applies to the Verizon variant, but for those who are looking to venture into the world of the Nexus, Big Red has some sweet deals on the pure Google phone.
As Sprint and AT&T are preparing to welcome the LG Optimus G to their embrace, T-Mobile is opting to carry its smaller and less-equipped cousin, the LG Optimus L9. Before the budget phone was even listed on T-Mo’s website, a leak suggested that it will be priced rather aggressively. Now, the price has been confirmed by the carrier.
Everything Everywhere (EE), the carrier titan born from the unholy matrimony between Orange UK and T-Mobile UK, has been the first mobile operator in the region to launch its 4G LTE network, although its competitors are also going to get faster data networks soon.
We kept talking about the Galaxy Note 2 launch with T-Mobile in the last few weeks, as more and more leaks hit the web revealing pricing details and release plans.
Samsung will release the black Galaxy S3 version on October 24, thus answering calls for the traditional black color that seems to make any smartphone look strikingly pleasing. Samsung originally planned to replace black with Pebble Blue, which was as close as Samsung got to black, without it actually being black.
Up for grabs already in the UK and a couple of other European countries, Sony’s latest flagship device, the Xperia T, is scheduled for US and Canadian launches over the next few weeks. We don’t know if it’ll come shaken or stirred, but the “James Bond phone” has been confirmed as hitting Canada with “multiple carriers including Bell, Mobilicity, MTS, Rogers and Videotron this November”.
It looks like LG has officially confirmed that Google will announce the Nexus 4 smartphone later this month. The one catch at this point, the handset has only been confirmed as coming to one market.
Although it has stopped being the most anticipated Android smartphone of this fall after LG Nexus 4’s intensive rumor rounds and HTC J Butterfly’s unveiling, the Optimus G still looks like a device to be excited for.
Following Samsung’s confirmation that all UK-based Galaxy S3 will be getting Jelly Bean in the coming weeks, Vodafone was the second mobile operator in the country to serve Google’s latest and greatest mobile operating system. Remarkably, there’s no hint of a delay and the software upgrade seems to be rolling out smoothly.
Are you still waiting for Samsung to release the S Pebble, the music companion accessory that was introduced alongside the Galaxy S3 back in May? It may have taken the company six months, but the diminutive music player finally goes for sale … in South Korea.