It won't be long before Sprint's new high-speed data service is available in New York City, San Francisco, and other locations in the U.S.
LG has started to let the world in on some of the details on the Optimus G Pro, although a full set of specs probably won't be revealed until later this month. Still, the company did show off some pictures and announced that this Android smartphone will have a large, high-res screen.
A more affordable option to the popular Samsung Galaxy S III is supposedly on its way to T-Mobile... with a new name. The Galaxy S III mini is reportedly set to hit T-Mobile retailers as the Galaxy Exhibit.
Information leaking out of T-Mobile indicates that this telecom is going to introduce its first round of smartphones with 4G LTE near the end of next month. There will be several Samsung handsets with Android, as well as one of the latest BlackBerrys.
The BlackBerry Z10 launched a few days ago, but not in the U.S. -- people in this country will have to wait until March to get it. But this isn't the fault of BlackBerry, it can be blamed on the wireless carriers.
Despite hitting the market just three years ago, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is expected to reach 200 million subscribers this year, doubling its current levels in 2012, according to a report from IHS iSuppli.
Those who are looking for a deal on the Samsung Galaxy Note II are in luck: the Sprint version of this smartphone is available from Amazon for $100, much less than half off.
Samsung's Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone 8 handset, the ATIV Odyssey, has just been given an official release date and price.
Reports of a new HTC flagship device have been circulating for some time. What may be an image of the HTC M7 has appeared on the web.
Despite the increasing popularity of tablets among consumers, smartphone users have consistently consumed more mobile data than tablet owners for the first time, according to a new report from network solutions firm Arieso.
New details about the HTC M7 leaked from an undisclosed source recently. According to the new information, older rumors have been discredited.
Wilson Electronics has introduced a new signal booster at CES 2013, showcasing the Sleek 4G, which will be the first of the company's products to work interchangeably on all U.S. carrier's 4G networks, except for Sprint's WiMAX.
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