The BlackBerry Z10 is going to debut from AT&T tomorrow, and T-Mobile is going to introduce it just a few later.
T-Mobile is releasing a significant software update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which will activate support for the company's 4G LTE network.
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.
Samsung went to Radio Music Hall tonight to take the wraps off its new signature smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
AT&T has just announced that it will introduce the BlackBerry Z10 late next week. It is going to start taking pre-orders tomorrow for this device, the first with the new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
There's no doubt that the U.S. debut of the BlackBerry Z10 is going to be in March. The big question is exactly when that's going to happen. A partial answer may have leaked out today.
With the expected upcoming reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S IV next week, retailers and Amazon and Wirefly are offering major deals on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
The recently announced LG Optimus F5 is heading to Verizon under a new title. Now known as the Lucid 2, the new affordable LTE handset is expected to be available for purchase in the next month.
Sprint announced the Sprint Force 4G today, an Android phone that is 4G LTE compatible, and available for only $50.
ZTE reveals its new 5.7-inch handset the Grand Memo. The new handset will look to mix portability and performance with its powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
The giant MWC tradeshow starts in just a few days, but companies have already started to announce new smartphones. The latest of these is LG, who just took the wraps off a pair of LTE-enabled models.
As mobile phone technology rapidly increases, it can be difficult for consumers to determine whether or not and when they should upgrade their smartphones to the newest models and network capabilities. A new report from J.D. Power and Associates may make that decision a little easier.
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