By:Adam Field | October 4, 2014 Under: HTC, Verizon
There’s been a lot of talk about new handsets coming to Verizon over the past few weeks, and the Droid Turbo has been at the center of many conversations involving Big Red. The company seems to have just spilled the beans on an unannounced device earlier today called the HTC Desire 612, and it is yet another mid-range device.
2014 may be coming to a close, but there are still a few devices to get excited about. The Droid Turbo is one of them, and we’ve already gotten a good look at the device ahead of the rumored October announcement. Today, we got another look at the Droid Turbo specs through some benchmarks, and that line up nicely with what we had previously heard.
If you’re looking to snag a new Moto X on Verizon, you’ve probably been a little disappointed so far. Get ready to turn that frown upside down, as we now know when the new Moto X will arrive on good old Big Red.
Remember that Droid Turbo spec leak last month? It’s been quiet on the Droid front since that time, and while the Moto X is official, there’s not been a peep about the Turbo… until now, that is. A new report has given us a timeframe on the new handset, and it looks like we may get to meet the Droid Turbo next month.
The iPhone 6 is gearing up for pre-orders around the globe, and if you’re in the states you’ve got a choice between AT&T, Verizon or Apple at the moment. With that in mind, we’re going to take a quick look at each carrier and give you the lowdown on what to expect.
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.
Although the world is an unpredictable place there are some things that can be virtually guaranteed to occur every year, at least in the smartphone industry. Every September there’s a massive rush to trade in iPhones and this year will be no different with the iPhone 6 expected to be unveiled in just a few…
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.
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.