There’s no stopping Samsung from releasing the source codes for AT&T’s Galaxy Express and T-Mobile’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — even when they’re not yet in stores.
With just two weeks to go until Black Friday 2012, things are hitting up in the leaked ads department. We’ve seen various leaks this week, from a variety electronic retailers, and we’ve seen plenty of Android deals in those flyers. But there’s always room for more, therefore we’re now looking at the leaked Office Depot Black Friday ad that has plenty of interesting offers.
The Galaxy S2 is Samsung’s 2011 flagship device, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad choice for smartphone buyers.
T-Mobile users, mark your calendars for November 16 and 17 if you are looking for a new Samsung device. According to a newly leaked picture, T-Mobile will be hosting another Samsung sale for new customers looking to grab a new Android phone.
Yes, folks, we continue to explore Black Friday Android deals for you, and today we’re going to check out Walmart’s full ad that was also leaked and made available to the crowds.
T-Mobile has issued two important pieces of news in the span of 24 hours. The first, and arguably the less important of the two, is that iPhone owners in Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; and Houston, Texas will now have access to high speed internet. The other major announcement is of course T-Mobile Q3 2012 financial results.
It’s not Black Friday yet but we have already looked at various leaked Black Friday ads that include plenty of Android offerings, whether smartphones, tablets or accessories.
Although T-Mobile has technically had a black version of the HTC One S for a while now, it was previously a special variant only given out to T-Mobile store representatives who achieved certain sales goals with HTC devices. The good news is that T-Mobile is finally offering the Ceramic Black edition of the One S to its customers.
T-Mobile has a convincing and affordable mid-level Android phone to offer this holiday season, the LG Optimus L9. The mid-range device comes with a price tag of $79.99 with a 2-year contract, and after a mail-in rebate of $50.
A new database system in the U.S. will involve carriers and police working together and enable the carriers to block stolen phones on their networks. It is hoped this will lead to a decline in cell phone theft which is currently on the rise.