The Sprint Galaxy S4 has been apparently spotted at the FCC, sporting global roaming features. The U.S. Cellular and Cricket Galaxy S4 version has reportedly also been seen, although there’s no official confirmation from carriers yet.
Following the arrival of Jelly Bean on its next of kin, the Electrify M, the same Android 4.1.2 upgrade is now rolling out to the Electrify 2.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is now heading to US Cellular with 4G LTE in tow. US Cellular will sell the tablet for $499.99 with two-year commitment.
Earlier in the day, the tech blogosphere was alight with news that the Electrify M – a variant of the Razr M on U.S. Cellular – is getting its serving of Jelly Bean, but this may not turn out to be the case.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE is expected to arrive on Verizon anytime now, with a Sprint variant to follow not long after. It looks like U.S. Wireless is going to join the LTE tablet party as well.
Following news of AT&T’s multi-window software upgrade rollout for users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, U.S. Cellular has gone and done the same thing with the release of its very own “Android 4.1.4″ software update.
Recently we reported that Verizon subscribers were starting to see Jelly Bean rollout to the Samsung Galaxy S3. Following on Verizon’s heels, US Cellular has also starting roll out an update for the Galaxy S3.
Samsung Galaxy S3 users on the U.S. Cellular network who have been waiting for some Jelly Bean goodness on their device will be glad to know that the wait is nearly over.
U.S. Cellular is now testing the new VoLTE technology on its network and plans to launch it in the coming future. The carrier’s plans were revealed in a recent FCC filling.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest US carrier of them all? Why, it’s Verizon, of course, not according to the mirror in Snow White, but according to Consumer Reports, who’s just come out with its traditional end of the year ratings of all wireless communications service providers in the States.