A mysterious Samsung tablet, the SGH-T779, recently made a stop at FCC. What tablet could it be and where exactly is it heading for? After some digging, said device may turn out to be the 4G variant of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.
The T-Mobile Galaxy Note was released and subsequently removed from T-Mobile shelves. That isn’t going to stop the world’s biggest ROM development team, CyanogenMod, from releasing their latest Jelly Bean builds for the monstrous phone.
With the Galaxy Note 2 unveiled and confirmed for a U.S. release over the next couple of months, the race is now on what carrier will be getting the “phablet” first and for the lowest price.
CIRP released interesting information on smartphone market share. Instead of organizing it by operating system and manufacturer, they organized it based on carrier sales. Here we can get a close look at what the 4 major carriers are doing in terms of competition and operating system loyalty.
As our data demands grow, the carriers are moving the goalposts once again. The new shared data plans from AT&T and Verizon want to meter your data usage. A lot of people are wondering why there’s no data-only plan available on the market. Well, you can rest assured that it’s coming soon, but will it be affordable? Not if the major carriers have a say.
The overall excitement surrounding Marvel’s The Avengers movie might have toned down a bit in the past couple of months – after all, everybody’s seen it – but I’m sure there are a still a lot of comic book and film fans eagerly awaiting for the Avengers assembly on Blu-Ray and DVD.
U.S. Galaxy Note 2 launch confirmed with five carriers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile & U.S. Cellular
We’ve seen all the leaks that suggested, one by one, that every major U.S. carrier will have the new Samsung phablet in stock this year. Add to that regional carrier U.S. Cellular and you end up with five mobile operators to choose from this holiday quarter when buying the new Galaxy Note 2.
Most U.S. carriers are busy prepping the release of what’s set to become one of the country’s hottest smartphones this year, the iPhone 5. T-Mobile, however, is left without an Apple phone to sell, which brings us to its “Magenta Deal Days” Zero Down promotion – where you can select any 4G phone lineup for free, Samsung Galaxy S3 included.
It did take a while for a software update to be pushed to the myTouch and myTouch Q, but starting today the mid-rangers are treated with a new OTA package to “improve device performance and stability.” The upgrade leaves the handhelds stuck with Android 2.3.6, but ups the devices to build number C85B839SP03.
In the past weeks we saw rumor after rumor confirming the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is going to be available from all major U.S. carriers, unlike its predecessor that was an AT&T affair, with T-Mobile quickly changing its Galaxy Note launch plans.