Tag Archive: Carrier


OnePlus commits to future software updates and possible carrier support

The OnePlus 6 has been available for a little while now, and is still super popular. The handset became the fastest-selling OnePlus device ever, and the train hasn’t stopped yet.

READ MORE: 6 Useful tricks to get the most from the OnePlus 6

However, OP has some tricks up its sleeve to help keep the customers coming back. The first of which comes in the software update department, while the other could mean carrier support for a future  [Read More…]

The LG V35 ThinQ announced with flagship specs and carrier exclusivity

The LG V35 ThinQ has not been rumored as often as its G-series counterpart but has finally been announced. The handset sports flagship specs, great cameras, but not all of the bells and whistles as the G7 ThinQ.

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Motorola announces carrier support for Moto G6, Moto E5 lines

Motorola’s latest smartphone families are set to blanket carriers across North America in both prepaid and postpaid fashion. Here’s everyone expected to offer the various Moto G6 and Moto E5 models in the US and Canada.

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What’s the best wireless carrier in the United States?

AT&T vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile vs. Verizon

If you live in the United States and are looking to join a new wireless carrier, you’ve got a few different options to choose from. Each carrier comes with its own unique set of pros and cons, and this can make choosing just one over the rest a difficult decision.

One of the Android Central forum members is looking to upgrade to the Galaxy S9, and while they’re currently on  [Read More…]

RED Hydrogen One will have a 4500mAh battery and carrier support

This actually sounds really nice.

All the way back in July of last year, RED came out of nowhere with the announcement that it was working on a smartphone with revolutionary camera tech, a 3D holographic display, and a fancy modular system. For a company that primarily creates cinema cameras that cost multiple thousands of dollars, this was quite the surprise.

Six months after that initial announcement, RED is finally ready to share more specifics about its  [Read More…]

Your next OnePlus phone might come from a carrier

After months of being rumored, Huawei hot deal with US carriers, Verizon and AT&T eventually fell through. One of the world’s biggest smartphone makers, Huawei had hoped to finally crack the US market with the launch of the new Mate 10 Pro. Now it looks the firm will be launching the phone without a carrier […]

Huawei Mate 10 Pro coming to the U.S. in Feb, but carrier deal is dead

The Mate 10 Pro is Huawei’s best phone ever, and it’s coming to the U.S. in February — but not in the way Huawei wants.

Instead of the U.S. market coming-out party that was expected, CES 2018 has mired Huawei’s handset business in bad news and controversy.

As we reported yesterday, Huawei was ready to announce that it had entered into a deal with number-two U.S. carrier AT&T for a distribution deal across the country but, according  [Read More…]

Carrier report card: How we rated the Big Four U.S. networks in 2017

See who passed, who failed, and who needs to stay after class when it comes to the Big Four.

As part of any year-end roundup worth its salt, it’s time for a look at how the companies who provide our phone service did over the last 12 months.

For most people, talking about a cell phone provider is not sitting high on a list of interesting things. And that’s great, maybe even the way it should be.  [Read More…]

Soon you’ll be able to watch NFL games on your smartphone regardless of carrier

Verizon on Monday announced a game-changing partnership with the NFL which will bring football games on smartphones regardless of carrier. So far, Big Red has held the exclusive rights to mobile streaming of live NFL events, but all that will change starting January. Come next month, anyone with a smartphone will be able to watch […]

The Pixel 2’s eSIM makes it dead simple to ditch your carrier for Project Fi

Google’s new Pixels have an ace up their sleeves.

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have what’s called an “eSIM” — essentially an embedded SIM card that can be activated and deactivated on the fly to emulate a physical SIM card. But you don’t have to know the details about how it works — you just need to know that it’s an amazing innovation that makes it dead easy to  [Read More…]