Those of you who love to peek at the insides of the phones before and after you’ve actually got the devices in your hands, your time is now, again! Having just released the Kernel Source Codes and Binaries for mtTouch 4G,
Radio Shack has entered the fray with the rest of the carriers showing off their stock of the brand new Motorola ATRIX 4G, offering it up at the low low price of $149.99 both online at select stores (aka most of the stores, but
One of the most gigantic phones we’ve ever had the pleasure of trying to hold with one hand, this is the HTC Inspire 4G. This phone is available through AT&T and will soon be running on its full HSPA+ network,
We’ve been informed directly by a contact we’ve come to trust on AT&T matters that the brand spanking new HTC Inspire 4G is not just slow in its upload speeds because it has some kinks to work out, nay!
We’ve got a gigantic smartphone right here and it goes by the name HTC Inspire 4G. This is an AT&T branded phone, running on their HSPA+ network for speed, with a lovely soft plastic exterior for comfort in the hand.
Radio Shack has announced that today they’ll be offering the HTC Inspire 4G for preorder. This phone will cost $99 attached to a 2 year agreement, and those who take the bait for this offer will also be granted a $30 credit
Today AT&T has announced that select smartphone customers will be able to switch their phones over to mobile hotspot mode, allowing all the devices within range the ability to connect to the internet on the same data plan.
If you were looking for a nutshelled explanation of what the HTC Inspire 4G from AT&T was all about, you found it. This is a commercial (possible web-only) in which a fellow with knowledge on the Inspire 4G drops said
AT&T has announced that the HTC Inspire 4G will go on sale in the US come February 13 2011, with the price dipping under the all-important $100 mark. The Android 2.2 smartphone will cost $99.99 with a new, two year agreement,
This email speaks all about AT&T’s “nation’s fastest” mobile broadband network coming to “several areas around the country.” They’re saying the speeds you’ll get are “up