Exclusivity is a pretty big deal these days, and AT&T has been busy on that front this year by already locking down a few exclusives. One phone they didn’t nab is the Sharp Aquos Crystal, and that edgeless smartphone has just landed in the states courtesy of Sprint.
We saw several new smartwatches unveiled before or during IFA 2014, and only a couple of them are currently available to purchase. The Samsung Gear S isn’t one of those devices, but we’ve learned that it will arrive in the US this fall. If you’re itching to see one in action, you’ll be able to do so this Friday, but only at certain locations in the US. Guess who got another exclusive?
There are a number of flagship smartphones on the Android platform that are currently receiving or in the process of being made ready for the latest version of the operating system, now the US HTC One Android 4.4 KitKat update is getting closer to a release following some official confirmation. Towards the end of last […]
There was some consternation recently when Sprint’s One Up program got the chop as it seemed as though early upgrade options would no longer exist for Sprint customers. However, Sprint Easy Pay revives early upgrades, and that will be music to the ears of many customers of the US carrier. Framily plans took over from […]
The mobile market is constantly shifting and at the moment there’s plenty of discussion about Sprint possibly acquiring T-Mobile US. However, it seems that any Sprint and T-Mobile merger will be down to pricing strategy. Way back in 2011 we reported on AT&T’s attempt to acquire T-Mobile and at that time Sprint was opposing the […]