We’ll keep this short and sweet, because we’re pretty sure a few of you will be interested in this. The Galaxy Nexus is available to order in the USA.
Expansys USA have the unlocked, 16GB GSM version in stock now and are shipping within days. (Ours will be here Friday!) As the image here shows though, there’s not many and as this is written the initial batch have been allocated. At [Read More...]
We know many of our fellow Americans have been waiting to hear about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus‘ availability. Though Verizon is getting first dibs in the US, many of you are still waiting, hoping that other carriers will be releasing it later on. Many of you have probably contemplated the idea of dumping the deals with the carrier, and purchasing the world’s first Ice Cream Sandwich device unlocked and off-contract (GSM [Read More...]
Sony Ericsson has just announced that the Xperia Ray (see our hands-on) will now be available for US customers as unlocked, contract-free devices. Checking in at $ 425, it’s quite a nice package — 3.3-inch screen, 8.1MP camera (Alex says the new S.E. camera’s are top notch), front facing camera for video chat, 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB RAM, and all wrapped up in a stylish aluminum body. Not the highest specs we’ve [Read More...]
HTC has quietly added yet another device to their officially support unlocked bootloaders, this time tossing their Flyer tablet in the mix. The growing list also includes various versions of the Evo 3D, as well as the Sensation, and Sensation 4G. Should you own of these 7-inch Android tablets, you can head to HTCDev and begin the unlocking process using the web-based tools. According to the finer print, [Read More...]