AT&T had a huge day yesterday bringing 4G LTE to 7 new cities. Our friends at AT&T also announced that it will bring ther service to another 40 cities before years end. [Read more...]
Next week’s big event in New York is still well a week away, but Motorola has peeked around the corner a little early. We see Droid RAZR M 4G LTE is making another appearance. While the original picture revealed was black, a identical picture of the Droid RAZR M , a higher higher-resolution photo was released hours ago. Visually it looks very similar to the original Motorola Droid RAZR. [Read more...]
Sprint has been busy lately Rapidly Strengthening the 4G LTE coverage, Sprint reportedly has announced four new cities with LTE coverage. Our lucky cities include:
Baltimore, Maryland. Gainesville, Georgia. Manhattan/Junction City, Kansas and Sedalia, Missouri. [Read more...]
The years have taken their toll on the EVO 4G, as the processor, screen size, and operating system become dated: but the call for a successor grows stronger. With the original EVO 4G dominating the market of late 2010 and most of 2011, the hype for the successor grew weekly as new devices emerged with dual core processors and superior screens. Nearly a year and a half after the release of the original flagship device, HTC followed through with the announcement and quick release of the EVO 4G LTE only for it to be plagued by various delays. With the EVO landing in customer’s hands early, here’s our take on the new EVO branded device.
T-Mobile has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G should be coming sometime at the end of next month. The device, which was seen and CES this year, will be $150 after a mail-in rebate card, and a 2-year contract.
It’ll have Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.97-inch Super [Read more...]
The Sprint Nexus S 4G should be getting its first taste of Ice Cream Sandwich sooner than some may have expected. If an employee leak is to be considered credible, we can expect the Android 4.0 update for this device today, February 16.
A source provided [Read more...]
If you’ve had your eye on the Motorola DROID 4, today is the day you can finally get one in your hands. The phone is listed for $199 on Verizon’s website, with a new two-year agreement. It’s got a 4 inch, LCD screen and 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of internal storage, 1GB of [Read more...]
Since the announcement of the Droid RAZR MAXX, the release date has been highly anticipated.
It was assumed to be coming out January 26th, and confirmation of that has now been officially made by Verizon.
A significant changes between the new Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX is the battery; the RAZR MAXX sports a 3,300 mAh, which is quite the improvement over the less than impressive Droid RAZR battery. [Read more...]
AT&T decided to make the release date of their new 3D-LG-4G phone, the Thrill, officially confirmed via their Twitter feed yesterday. So, we have this device to look forward to on September 4th.
In case you didn’t know, the device will run Android 2.2 Froyo (but will be able to upgrade into Gingerbread later on), have a 4.3 inch WVGA 3D display and a 1GHz dual-core, dual-channel RAM processor for the 3D capabilites.
It’ll have a 1.3MP front facing camera and a 5MP camera in back with 720p video capture; photos and videos will be able to be converted into 3D as well and have unique features such as ‘no shake’ for the vids. The phone will be 100 bucks on contract. .
and quot;Official Droid Bionic and quot; Twitter Page Announces Release Date, Verizon and Motorola Both Deny Ownership of Account
According to the “Official Motorola Droid Bionic Twitter page,” we’ll be able to get ahold of the highly anticipated Bionic September 8; too bad the Twitter isn’t actually “official.”
Even without confirmation that the page is a fake, it was suspected as such based on the feed’s grammatical mistakes. Regardless, it has some 2,300+ followers, and several news sites are reporting the Tweet as official confirmation of the release date. It’s still quite possible for the Droid Bionic to be available September 8, but it’s certainly not official.