Many of the big mobile releases are already in the books, but we see countless unknown devices announced every month. AT&T has just thrown us a curveball in the form of a new Android slate dubbed the Trek HD 4G LTE, which is its first branded Android tablet.
While other carriers in the states throw up promotions to pull new customers in, Verizon sits idly by and does their things. The company doesn’t dabble with plan promotions as much as some of their competitors, but they do bring in a lot of new handsets. We’ve touched on several new smartphones headed to Big Red already this month, and you can now add the Lumia 735 to the list.
T-Mobile has been fun to watch over the years with their constant jabs at other carriers. Their latest takes aim at Verizon, and it appears to be quite the deal for customers looking to switch. T-Mobile’s new ‘Never Settle Trial’ program is kicking off, and the company plans to do all it can do take your contract from Big Red.
LG may have just unveiled the LG G4, but it isn’t the only handset getting ready to roll out. If you’re looking for something a bit less expensive and roll with T-Mobile, there are two new smartphones coming your way. The LG G Stylo and LG Leon are both coming to the U.S., and they’ve just been listed online from Magenta.
Google has been rumored to have a wireless service in the works for quite some time, and the wait may finally be over. A new report suggests Google will make an announcement very soon, and the only thing on the agenda will be Google’s wireless service for the US. The Wall Street Journal is reporting […]
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the sleek Galaxy S6 Edge and devices like the upcoming LG G4. One device that has slid under the radar somewhat is getting ready to come to AT&T in the states, and is well worth a look if you are in need of a flagship. It’s the LG G Flex 2, and it’s headed to AT&T on April 24th.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the more popular handsets of the past year, and it still has enough pop to get you through the next couple of upgrade cycles. That said, if you’re on Big Red in the states, you’ve probably been a little perturbed that you’re stuck running KitKat. Well, we’re pleased to announced those days are over as the Verizon Galaxy Note 4 Lollipop update has finally begun.