HTC One pre-orders start in the U.S. today and tomorrow, via AT&T and Sprint, respectively.
While it isn’t the most impressive phone on the market spec-wise, the Kyocera Torque isn’t a slouch either. Plus, it’s built like a tank. Is that enough to make it worthy of a recommendation?
Sprint has officially announced release dates and prices for its HTC One. The phone will be available for pre-order on April 5 for $199.99 on contract, and launch on April 19.
In the wake of the Sprint-SoftBank deal, we learned that Sprint would need to buy out the remaining half of Clearwire they didn’t yet own. Sprint’s offer to Clearwire was for $800 million, spread out over 10 months. Each month, Clearwire can take an $80 million payment, which is convertible to Clearwire stock.
Radioshack put up signs for the HTC One, which will be available from both Sprint and AT&T. It looks like the device will be priced at $199 on-contract, and will also include $50 Google Play Store credit, and a $10 Radioshack coupon.
There’s no slowing down the Android juggernaut, no matter the number of the opposing forces (or the magnitude of their efforts), which is once again proven by data released earlier today by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Bringing some closure to the purple Galaxy S3 rumors is Samsung, which has finally confirmed the existence of the smartphone. Meet the amethyst Galaxy S3, its official name.
It’s not a secret that LG has always been one step behind its mortal enemy, Samsung, when talking about the Android market. But sometimes it’s like the Optimus makers are not even trying to get ahead.
The AT&T Galaxy S4 is $50 more expensive than AT&T iPhone 5, when talking about on-contract prices. Could this be an issue for Samsung?
The Sprint Epic 4G Touch smartphone can now be upgraded to Jelly Bean, most likely version 4.1, through Samsung Kies.