Looking forward to the LG Optimus G? If so, we have a bit of potentially bad news for you. An LG representative has now confirmed that the Optimus G will not have an unlocked bootloader.
The Jelly Bean rollout continues and we have some news – not necessarily good but it’s not bad either – for Telus subscribers in Canada that happen to own a Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2 X or Galaxy Note.
Back in August Android Authority reported on the existence of the LG Spectrum 2. At the time we knew very little concrete information, other than it would arrive on Verizon just like the original LG Spectrum. While Verizon has yet to officially announce the upcoming smartphone, they may not have to. A new sales listing has appeared on Best Buy and includes several new details regarding the Spectrum 2.
The Alcatel One Touch Shockwave was announced for US Cellular customers in a press release today. While it isn’t going to wow anyone with its specs, the phone’s tough construction and low price point may be exactly what some users are looking for.
Though Sony has said that they don’t expect to update the Sony Xperia T to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean until the first quarter of 2013, benchmark results have already appeared showing the Xperia T running the upcoming firmware.
We’ve been hearing bits and pieces about Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s release in Canada for a few weeks already, but now finally the puzzle is complete. The second gen phablet will be getting a sumptuous launch across all major carriers up north on October 30, but the best news of it all is that Psy will be in Toronto to make the event that much more special.
Assuming you are ok with buying a refurbished handset, Telus currently has a selection of Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphones (in white and blue) selling at a nicely discounted contract-free price.
With all the processing power that Samsung packed into the Exynos 5250, we were anxious to see how the new chip performs. Benchmark scores shows that Samsung’s latest chip handily beats the previous leaders, with the difference being especially visible in the SunSpider test.
AT&T has come forward with details on the Galaxy Note 2. The carrier has confirmed the pricing along with the release date and while the AT&T model will arrive after the Sprint model, the price will be the same at $299.99.
A big part of Samsung’s marketing campaigns for the Galaxy Note and Note 2 has concentrated on how one can explore his creative and expressive side with the phablets’ S Pens, but for most of us that was limited to quickly scribbling notes on the go and having an edge in Draw Something.