Android 4.4 or 4.3, there are still plenty of handsets that will be getting updated with older versions of Android. In this case we are looking towards Sony and T-Mobile. Specifically, to the Sony Xperia Z which will be getting an update to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean beginning today.
giving away mobile contracts to customers for nothing. Those customers who were lucky enough to get their order through in time got a full year of service for a pence. Unfortunately for us here in the states, the issue was a UK only one.
LG announced the G Flex, dubbed a "true curved smartphone" back in October. The handset has been confirmed for those in South Korea as well we parts of Europe. And with LG not having offered any confirmation just yet, an FCC filing suggests the G Flex may arrive for those in the US. The filing is suggesting AT&T and T-Mobile support.
T-Mobile had already confirmed the availability and pricing details for the Nexus 5. At the time they had said online sales would begin on November 14th and retail availability would begin a bit later, on November 20th. Basically, those who had been waiting can now move forward with an online purchase.
Kyocera recently launched the Hydro XTRM with MetroPCS and as of today, there is word of the durable and waterproof handset coming to another US carrier. This latest is T-Mobile, though, this time around the Hydro XTRM will only be available for business customers. Pricing has yet to be announced, however Kyocera and T-Mobile have said the handset will be available beginning on November 20th.
At a conference on Monday, the company announced that they will launch a secure service for smaller companies who can’t afford the high cost of security. For a low monthly service fee, small companies will gain access to a secure server meant for local Internet traffic. All security will be handled by Deutsche Telekom, leaving little variation for cost to those who subscribe to the service.
rumors and early sightings, Motorola has opened up the Moto Maker customizations for all four major US carriers this morning. Or in other words, customers outside of AT&T are now able to move forward and purchase a customized Moto X. Otherwise, the Moto X is priced at $99.99 on a two-year agreement and at the moment, the Moto Maker site is reflecting an estimated delivery of four days.
T-Mobile getting ready to offer the Nexus 5, some are beginning to question their starting price of $450. Whether you pay a monthly fee for the phone or buy it outright, it’s a premium over the Play Store’s pricing structure. T-Mobile is now countering that they do not profit from the device, and insinuate that Google is subsidizing the cost for consumers who buy direct.
end to the rumors, T-Mobile has confirmed the Nexus 5 availability date. It looks like the rumors were partially true. The Nexus 5 will be available on November 20th. That is the date the handset will arrive in retail stores and with select dealers. T-Mobile will also have the Nexus 5 available online and that date is a bit earlier.
T-Mobile has been teasing the upcoming availability of the Nexus 7 on Twitter lately. They weren't offering much in terms of hints, and the tweets were simply offering a coming soon message. But that being said, the carrier has opened up pre-orders. And while this is the same Nexus 7 that is already available by way of the Google Play Store, T-Mobile does have a potential perk.