Microsoft stores will not be the only retail channel offering Nokia’s Lumia 2520 for sale this week, as Verizon and AT&T have just made their own release dates and pricing details official.
One of two existing curved display smartphones and the sole representative of the race that actually bends, LG’s G Flex, is closer and closer of seeing daylight stateside.
LG’s G Flex, one of two smartphones touting curved displays to go official of late, is apparently getting a much wider rollout than initially expected, being due out in Europe “by December”, as well as on at least three of America’s big four networks.
It appears HTC may have finally learned from past mistakes, as the company’s next-gen flagship device, codenamed M8, is tipped to go on sale via all four major carriers stateside: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
The Lumia 1520, Nokia and Windows Phone’s first phablet device, will be launching on AT&T on November 15.
It looks like the Moto G launch and Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Moto X, Droid Maxx, Ultra and Mini are not the only neat little surprises Motorola has in store for its fans ahead of the holiday season.
A set of leaked images from @evleaks have revealed the AT&T and Verizon versions of the HTC One Max.
It’s a mid-range Android smartphone with a high-end digital camera hitched to it. No, it’s a point-and-shoot that just happens to run Android and support voice calls.
The battle is over, Samsung prevailed, LG lost… again, and whatever the Optimus makers manage to squeeze out the “G Flex”, it won’t be enough to make people forget Sammy’s Galaxy Round was the first curved display smartphone to see daylight.
Of the three major diminutive Android flagship versions unveiled so far, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 mini is probably the least exciting on paper, what with HTC’s One mini rocking a far superior screen and sturdy aluminum build and Sony’s Xperia Z1 mini being… well, simply awesome.
We’ve been tracking hints, following leads and pursuing theories on Nokia’s first ever Lumia tablet for what feels like months now and, despite rumors of a last-minute cancelation, there’s a good chance one of the last pieces of the puzzle is today falling into place.
The promised Moto X Developer Editions are now available in two variants: one that will work with GSM Networks while the second one is for Verizon Wireless.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! After cheekily smiling to the camera several times, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, also known as “Bandit” (old habits die hard), has been slapped with a probable unveiling date just a few hours ago and now has even more details attached to its name.
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
We’ve all talked about it, we’ve all craved for it at one time or another, but ultimately we risk being heavily disappointed by Motorola’s Moto X.
AT&T is seeking to aid students and teachers who must go abroad during the coming school year, with a new plan aimed at thwarting roaming expenses, while simultaneously preserving account data, such as mobile phone numbers.
Google and Starbucks today announced a new WiFi partnership, replacing the one between Starbucks and AT&T. Over the next eighteen months, Google will be replacing AT&T as the Internet provider at Starbucks locations promising up to 10-times the speed.
Big news for Android enthusiasts that dig a certain aluminum-made phone with 4.7-inch Full HD screen, Boom Sound technology, Snapdragon 600 power and UltraPixel camera, but are yet to put their money where their mouth is.
AT&T is considering selling your data, including browser history and location, to advertisers. There are however, ways to opt out.
Looks are not everything, looks are not everything, looks are not everything. You might want to tell yourselves that a couple of extra dozen times if you’re thinking of ever purchasing the upcoming Nokia Lumia 1020, aka EOS, aka Elvis.