Just as expected, although a little soon, the LG Optimus V for Virgin Mobile has appeared in stores. Currently showing up in select stores, the popular entry-level device is just as all other Optimus One devices, this time
And just like that we get a price of the upcoming LG Optimus V for Virgin Mobile. The Optimus series, being one of the best entry-level Android series, has sure been a popular array of devices. And with it launching on yet
There has been a lot of talk about the LG Optimus line. From the starter series all the way up to the advanced 2X series, users just can’t seem to get enough of LG’s lineup. Now, confirming many rumors, Virgin Mobile
The updates continue to pour in, this time, according to a tweet, Virgin Mobile USA will be updating their Samsung Intercept to Android 2.2 Froyo. The update will come “sometime this spring,” and with it, Intercept
Virgin Mobile UK has just announced that it will be carrying the Sony Xperia X8 in red and black come january 2011. The device will be a part of the carriers 2011 refreshing which also includes the HTC Desire HD.
Today we have some good news for eager owners of the Samsung Vibrant on the Bell, Virgin Mobile and SaskTel networks. The Froyo OTA download is now available to install on your devices.
Folks living in Australia holding a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and/or an X10 Mini Pro have some news on their update to Android 2.1, hooray! Bad news is, some of their carriers might not be as ready as they are. If you’re one
The Samsung Intercept, Virgin Mobile’s first Android powered device, will be coming to Target stores starting today and online later this month and announced by Virgin Mobile. It is priced at $249.99 with no contract and
Seemingly out of nowhere the HTC Legend has made its way over to North America. No it’s not available here in the U.S. but it is available to our northern neighbors in Canada. If you like stylish handsets and reside in Canada,
The HTC Wildfire now has a price and date attached, thanks to carriers T-Mobile UK and Virgin Mobile UK. Both have confirmed that they will be offering the Android 2.1 smartphone, with T-Mobile saying the “Desire