HTC M7 smartphone to replace their popular One series. Earlier this week HTC confirmed they'll be holding a press event February 19th to announce a new device, and most likely that will be their new M7 flagship. Now some new reports and rumors are claiming to have plenty of details pertaining to their launch plans.
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Motorola and Verizon's new DROID RAZR HD was announced earlier this month, but sadly we didn't get any sort of release date. Motorola simply stated it would arrive "before the holidays." Today however we might have a better idea of what to expect regarding when Motorola's new flagship smartphone will arrive for the US.
Galaxy Note II smartphone phablet we have both good and bad news. The good news is Samsung announced it today and it's awesome. The bad news is as we expected it won't be arriving in the US right away. Samsung today has just shed some light on what we can expect in terms of a US launch.
Nexus 7 tablet is causing quite a stir from potential buyers. With such an awesome tablet for a low price everyone seems to want one. While earlier today the Play Store changed the "expected ship date" from 3-4 weeks to 1-2 weeks, we are now seeing more than one retail store suggesting it will be available on Thursday.
Galaxy S III launch is continuing to get worse and worse. It's almost reminding me of the Galaxy Nexus launch all over again. After countless delays, date changes, and more it looks like those who've ordered online are now getting ship dates showing July 19th. Whatever happened to the 10th, or the 12th?
Nexus 7 tablet shipping dates. When Google announced the tablet back at Google IO they said it would ship mid-July but now a few online shops have spilled the dates early. Big name stores like Staples are listing July 12th to the 17th for shipping dates.
Galaxy S III will be available starting July 10th both online and in-stores nationwide. Users will be able to enjoy their fast 4G LTE services across the country with a new Galaxy S III.
Galaxy S III launch wasn't as smooth as we, or Sammy wanted it to be here in the US. It was nice to see them launch on all carriers around the same time with the same design, but demand was much higher than product at launch. Everyone had to delay or filter their launch and today AT&T has confirmed the Galaxy S III flagship phones in-store availability date.