It was only a week ago that we saw Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s price cut to just $140 and now Amazon Wireless has lowered the bar even further.
New images uploaded to Google Plus (and then pulled) reveal they may have been taken with the AT&T and South Korean Galaxy S4 version.
Sprint is currently offering subscribers an LG Optimus G buy-one-get-one (BOGO) promotion: the first Optimus G costs $199.99 on contract, while the second one is available free of charge, although a new contract is included.
Amazon is usually a pretty good place to grab a deal, but Samsung’s Galaxy S3 for $0.01 is ridiculous. The Galaxy Note 2 is also on sale for just $139.99.
As we ease our way out of the Nexus 4 charade, we’re left to wonder what went so wrong. Whatever the issues were, the more important consideration is whether or not they’re fixed.
Leaked specs and features for a DLXPLUS handset suggest that Verizon is going to sell the HTC M7 as a Droid DNA version in the USA.
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T-Mobile seems to be following Sprint’s lead as they plan to launch the GoSmart service nationwide soon.
The HTC EVO 4G LTE is receiving a new update on Sprint. No, it’s not Android 4.2, but it does fix and tweak a few things!
Sprint is pushing out Android 4.2.1 to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. No word from Verizon as to when we’ll see it from them.