Today, the LG G3 is everyone's newest darling device, so its not surprising to hear the mobile carriers raise their hands high to shout "me too!". The good news is that the G3 will be landing on all major US carriers. It's just a question of when.
Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy S5 color variant headed for the US market. The color is gold and the handset will be available with a handful of carriers beginning on May 30th. Pricing will be set by the carriers, but for now we know availability will be though AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular.
Hot on the heels of its XLTE announcement, Verizon is now coming out with its plans for a VoLTE rollout later this year. This pre-announcement was undoubtedly spurred by AT&T, which just unveiled its own VoLTE offering but with extremely limited smartphone support.
XLTE, Verizon’s “new” data offering, is now live. Those in several states covering roughly half of Verizon’s current LTE footprint can already take advantage, and the new service covers a lot of exisiting handsets as well. Customers who have an appropriate handset in an XLTE market should notice faster data transfers and better overall performance.
They day of rejoicing has finally arrived for owners of some of Motorola's older Android smartphones. After an apparently smooth soak test, the Android 4.4 update for the DROID RAZR HD, the DROID RAZR M, and even the DROID RAZR MAXX HD is finally rolling out to Verizon customers.
If you’ve got a Galaxy Note 3 for Verizon, plug it in! An update is available for you, but won’t be pushed to your handset over the air as usual. This one seems to come solely via a wired connection, but doesn’t take long and brings you the joy of KitKat with TouchWiz.
Brave souls who have volunteered to be part of Motorola's soak test intended for the DROID RAZR HD had a surprise waiting for them. The update they are supposed to test actually contained the update that almost everyone is waiting for: Android 4.4.2.
Tweakers and enthusiasts eager for Samsung's latest flagship need no longer pine, provided they are willing to be or are already under Verizon's flag. The carrier has added the Samsung Galaxy S5 Developer Edition to its catalog precisely for these people, but it's going to cost them quite a bit more than usual.