Samsung is busy, busy, busy lately and not just with Mega launches. The Galaxy makers are also working hard on providing timely Jelly Bean updates for as many “stars” as possible.
Wirefly pushed the Kyocera Torque, to its limits, and beyond, in a series of extreme torture tests.
If you’re willing to disown your current carrier and convert to Spring, the mobile operator will offer you an HTC One for a mere $99.
According to sources “familiar with launch plans”, the LG Optimus G Pro is to make its grand American debut on May 10 on AT&T. That’s mere days after the planned Samsung Galaxy S4 US launch, so on paper the 5.5-incher should prove to be solid competition for the S4.
Best Buy is now taking HTC One pre-orders and lists AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile versions in stock.
The HTC One is available for pre-order at Wirefly for $149.99 with new two-year Sprint contracts.
Samsung’s SPH-L500 has been spotted at the FCC, and has a 850/1900 CDMA radio and support for LTE band 25, which means it could be headed for Sprint.
HTC is offering U.S. buyers the unlocked 32GB HTC One for pre-order straight from its website.
Sprint will be launching Samsung’s Galaxy S3 in purple on April 12. It’ll cost buyers $99 on a new two-year contract after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
HTC One pre-orders start in the U.S. today and tomorrow, via AT&T and Sprint, respectively.