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.
Sprint has introduced an update for the older Samsung Galaxy S II to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This is available now over the wire, not over the air.
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.
The next iteration of Samsung's flagship handset has been revealed. How does the Galaxy S IV compare to its predecessor?
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.
The release of the HTC One in the UK has been pushed back from March 15 to the end of the month, with still no specific news about when it will begin rolling out stateside.
While Verizon offers the most widespread LTE coverage, AT&T offers the fastest pure LTE speeds, according to a new study conducted by Root Metrics.
The BlackBerry Z10 is going to be available from three of the Big Four U.S. carriers, but Sprint has opted out. Instead, it's going to offer a follow-up model.
With Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, on the horizon, it's imperative that customers avoid purchasing a Galaxy S III right now.
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.
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