Galaxy S2 4G

The brand new S2 4G on Boost Mobile is a phone to look for, based mostly on its more than fair quality-price ratio. Sporting a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with 800 x 480 pixels resolution and powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz Exynos processor, the S2 still has what it takes to fight more than a few of the recently released high-enders.

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There are very limited options for anyone looking to avoid a 2-year contractual commitment that is required by network carriers in the US. While there are prepaid carriers around, the selection of devices is limited and decidedly “last year.” Unless you’re willing to shell out over $700 for an off-contract unlocked device that is. Boost Mobile, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sprint Nextel, is one such prepaid wireless service, and, as expected, does not feature the latest devices in its lineup. The kind-of-good-news is that Boost Mobile will soon be selling the Sprint Samsung Epic 4G Touch, which is Sprint’s Samsung…

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In an already saturated smartphone market, there is increasing push by device manufacturers to be different. Whether it be to offer the more powerful processors, or larger displays with higher resolutions, OEMs are in a continuous battle of one-upmanship, to give consumers a reason to pick their products over another. Kyocera, instead of battling it out in the specifications department, has decided to go a completely different route by offering a very unique feature. The Kyocera Hydro is waterproof. The Hydro is “certified waterproof for IPX5, protection against water jets, and IPX7, protection against water immersion for up to 30 minutes…

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It’s hard to imagine a Pay-as-you-Go carrier like Boost Mobile getting a nice higher end phone like the LG Marquee. Yes I know a lot people think badly on LG, but look at how beautiful that device is. Anyways, Boost Mobile will be selling it for $280 starting January 23rd. And yes it is the same LG Marquee that Sprint currently sells for $0.00 on a new contract or upgrade, I’m almost certain they will stop selling it very soon. By the way Sprint owns Boost Mobile, so a lot of Sprint’s older phones usually head to Boost Mobile after…