Tag Archive: Verizon


One-of-a-kind Verizon Samsung Galaxy S II not found on Amazon [the old switcheroo]

Wha?

Take a look at the picture you see here.  Clear your head and take a long hard look at it (we’ll wait).  See it yet?  I’ll give a hint — it’s not a Samsung Galaxy S II with a big juicy Verizon logo up top, no matter how bad we all wanted it to be.  When we read the caption attached to this picture uploaded at Amazon, things start to make some  [Read More…]

Pantech Breakout another Verizon LTE Android phone?

Pantech Breakout LTE

While it may not be sporting the best hardware specs, the Pantech Breakout may have have one big thing going for it — it looks to be a Verizon LTE device, according to this shot we just got from a tipster.  That’s not saying the specs are bad — 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, front and rear cameras and running Gingerbread — and it sounds like something we all would have  [Read More…]

No Galaxy S II for Verizon Customers

Samsung Galaxy S II

So, you’ve been holding off from upgrading your flagging device to wait for the blazing fast Samsung Galaxy S II. You thought you wouldn’t have to wait long, but then the release was pushed back to Q3, even though the whole of  [Read More…]

Verizon Support Page Brings Droid 2 Owners One Step Closer to Gingerbread

Motorola Droid 2 owners are now one step closer to finally receiving Gingerbread according to a couple of Verizon support pages that went live yesterday. It’s been a long time coming for proud owners of the Droid 2 patient enough to remain unrooted. Barring any unforeseen issues, an OTA Gingerbread update for the Droid 2 should be ready to roll out very soon. Software update 4.5.601.A955.Verizon.en.US is  [Read More…]

Verizon won’t have a Galaxy S II variant, WSJ says, citing anonymous sources

Samsung event

The Wall Street Journal — citing the ever-popular “people familiar with the plans” — is reporting that Verizon won’t be introducing a variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II at next week’s event in New York City. That might or might not be an interesting shift from what everybody’s suspected — that just like the original Galaxy S roll-out last year, we’ll see variants on all four major U.S. carriers.

Verizon spokewoman Brendra Raney apparently  [Read More…]