It’s easy to be pre-occupied with all of the new devices that are being introduced at the moment (think Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6), so it’s easy to forget that some people are more interested in updates for existing devices. If you have the Samsung Galaxy S4 this one is for you, as…
We enjoy bringing readers news of operating system updates and today’s snippet is for Verizon owners of the Samsung Galaxy S5. The Verizon Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 update is now rolling out and some forum users have reported its arrival. If you haven’t got it yet then you should be receiving it for your handset…
T-Mobile loves to shake things up a bit, and they’ve done it again today with yet another promotion. There’s no name for the new promo, but it does bring T-Mobile trade-in prices up and ensures they’ll give you the most money for your old handset.
That didn’t take long. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has only been official for a few hours, and we’ve already learned that the Note 4 is headed to all four major US carriers with Sprint, T-Mob, AT&T and Big Red.
Normally around this time of year we’re talking about Samsung and Apple with a little bit of Motorola and Sony thrown in for good measure. That’s not the case this year. Motorola has big plans for IFA with the rumored release of around eight devices, and one of them has just gotten priced at AT&T.
We’re seeing an increased amount of leaks ahead of IFA 2014, and it’s only going to get more frantic as we get closer to the big day. Motorola is set to show off a slew of new handsets at the conference, and word of a Motorola Luge release has hit the web today.
We cover a lot of flagships, but there are far more budget range devices than high-end ones. One of those mid-rangers is getting ready to touch down in the UK as the Nokia Lumia 530 UK pricing and availability has just been revealed.
Sharp is known for cranking out Aquos TV sets with super-slim bezels, and they’re bringing that design to mobiles. The Sharp Aquos Crystal is the company’s shiny new flagship, and a new report has it headed to Sprint.
Verizon has great coverage for folks in the states, but their pricing leaves something to be desired. In the wake of T-Mobile’s constant price drops and Sprints rumored $30 price plan, the Big Red network is rolling out a new single-line plan that can save you a little cash.