Following Samsung's Unboxed event in New York City tonight, we got to spend some face-to-screen time with its "next big thing," the Galaxy S IV.» Read Article
The day T-Mobile customers have been waiting for is inching closer: T-Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5.
AT&T customers who are eager to get their hands on the latest smartphone from HTC can now pre-order the HTC One. This device has a large high-res display and speedy processor.
The LG Lucid 2 is heading to Verizon Wireless. Starting April 4, the carrier will offer the phone online for free with a two-year contract. This will be
AT&T announced last week that its version of the Samsung Galaxy S IV is going to cost $250 with a two-year contract, which is $50 more than is typical for a high-end smartphone. The telecom has now issued a clarification that lowers the starting price.
The HTC One is coming to AT&T starting on April 19. Unlike its U.S. rivals, this carrier will offer both the 32GB and 64GB variations.
HTC's next flagship smartphone is going to debut from Sprint on April 19, making this carrier one of the first to offer it in the U.S. The HTC One will sport a range of high-end features.
It's a big day for T-Mobile. Among a spate of other announcements, the carrier revealed its release date and price for the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
Shortly after its release on AT&T, the BlackBerry Z10 has shown up on T-Mobile's network. The timing seems fortuitous for the carrier, with the simultaneous release of its new LTE network also coming out today.
In addition to revealing when it will introduce the iPhone, T-Mobile also stepped up to the plate today by introducing its 4G LTE network in select cities.
At a press event this morning, T-Mobile revealed the date many of its customers have been wait for: the iPhone 5 will be released by this carrier on Friday, April 12.
Apparently no U.S. carrier is going t pick up the Sony Xperia XL, but those in those country who are interested in this high-end phone will soon be able to buy it unlocked, straight from Sony.
HTC has just announced what most people had already guessed by this point: the HTC One isn't going to be released for at least another week or so.
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