Remember when I asked why aren’t there more fully-white Android phones released in the U.S.? AT&T and Samsung must have read it because they are releasing an all white version of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
Samsung just sent us word that the snow-white Galaxy S II Skyrocket will go on sale this Sunday, December 4. The price will be the same as [Read More...]
After an endless stream of possible launch dates passed our desk, we have finally been given the expected North American retail availability of the ASUS Transformer Prime. A representative from ASUS has just informed us that we should expect retail and etail availability of the Transformer Prime to start the “week of December 19 or later.”
These dates are flexible based on pre-order fulfillment requirements, unit quantities received, and [Read More...]
There is no doubt about it. The Asus Transformer Prime is the hottest tablet this holiday season to offer the full Android experience. Pre-orders for the device on Amazon sold out in one day and the different models dominated the best selling tablets list. An official release date has yet to be announced, but several retailers are still taking pre-orders including B&H, Best Buy, GameStop, Newegg, and Tiger Direct.
Out of [Read More...]
This is it people, the final stretch. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is almost ready for release on Verizon, marking its official debut appearance in the US. If some “credible reports” and a phone call from Verizon are correct, then the Galaxy Nexus will go on pre-sale tomorrow, with a release date of December 8.
According to Computer World, the stars have finally aligned to reveal the pre-order date for the Verizon [Read More...]
On December 8th, just a hair over five months after Verizon and Motorola introduced us to the Droid 3, they are going to be back at it with the aptly named Droid 4. This time around they are delivering both LTE and a dual-core processor to the keyboard slider loving masses on Verizon.
The full spec rundown is as follows:
1.2 GHz dual-core processor (Likely the TI OMAP 4430) 4-inch qHD [Read More...]
Verizon Wireless passed up its chance on the Samsung Galaxy S II because it new it was going to launch a different killer Samsung smartphone — namely the one attributed to the pure Google experience. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was unveiled over a month ago, and while the model in the United Kingdom already launched, it has yet to be seen on American shores. [Read More...]
I’ll believe it when I see it. Steve Kovach of Business Insider is reporting tonight that Samsung has confirmed to him that the Galaxy Nexus will launch on Verizon ”in December.” I find it a little odd that Samsung would confirm the release window when Verizon is the one launching the phone, but the last rumored release date was December 8th.
Google has been saying that the Galaxy Nexus would be available in [Read More...]
Verizon is continuing their roll out of 4G LTE across the Nation and come December 15 they’ll be adding nine New Hampshire communities to the mix. If you happen to live in any of the areas listed below — you’re in luck:
Bedford Goffstown Hudson Litchfield Loudon Manchester Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Merrimack Nashua Pelham
As of November 17th, Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network is available in 179 markets across the country and [Read More...]
Twitter user TechFanatix has tweeted a screenshot of what appears to be a Verizon internal email which suggests that the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be finally launching on December 8th.
Since we’ve seen launch dates come and go, even in Verizon’s internal systems, we’re throwing the rumor tag on this post for now, though we can’t imagine this date being too far from the truth. If the December 8th [Read More...]
Verizon LTE will be coming soon to a couple new locations — Roanoke, Virginia and Indiana Pennsylvania. On November 17 they flip the switch in Roanoke, which will bring wireless broadband to downtown, Smith Mountain Lake, Christiansburg, Radford City, Buena Vista City, Lexington City and Rockbridge. While it’s a fairly large population center by southern Virginia standards (about 300,000 people), it’s a pretty isolated metro area, and blanketing [Read More...]