If you haven’t heard about HTC’s One Max until now, you’re probably not into phablets. Or HTC. Or Android. That does not matter anyway, because the One Max is real. And it’s coming soon.
HTC has yet to officialize the One Max, but this will probably happen next month, in September. In the meantime, to keep our curiosity piqued, ePrice Taiwan has posted a photo that shows the back of the One Max, next to be backs of the original… Read more
AT&T is launching a new Android smartphone made by Sony: the Xperia TL.
The TL closely resembles the Sony Xperia T that’s already available in other parts of the world, but comes with an extra feature — LTE connectivity. That aside, the Xperia TL is quite capable of keeping your interested piqued if you’re in the market for high-end smartphones. It has a 4.55-inch scratch-resistant HD display, Android ICS (to be upgraded to Jelly Bean in early 2013), dual-core Snapdragon… Read more
Announced for the US market last month, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is available there as of today, although only one carrier (T-Mobile) is selling it for now. If you want to buy the Note II from T-Mobile, you’ll have to pay $369.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate). That’s a crazy price, we know. Anyhow, T-Mobile lets you choose the handset in either white, or blue, here.
Sprint will offer the Galaxy Note II tomorrow, October 25, for $299.99 on… Read more
Samsung’s first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device, the Galaxy Note II, will be released in the US soon — at about the same time with LG’s new Optimus G. Samsung has confirmed that the Note II would be offered by five US mobile carriers, the same that started selling the Galaxy S III several months ago: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and US Cellular.
US Cellular is the only carrier to take pre-orders for the Note II. It asks $299.99… Read more
AT&T has a new LTE smartphone targeted at customers who are looking for “an unparalleled combination of premium performance and value”: the LG Escape, smiling from the image above. Available starting September 16, both online and in AT&T retail stores, the LG Escape runs Android 4.0 ICS. It’s a mid-end device, featuring a 4.3-inch qHD IPS Gorilla Glass display, QuickMemo, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Wi-Fi, Dolby Mobile surround sound, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5 Megapixel rear camera with… Read more
The Pantech Burst may be offered for $0.99 by AT&T, but that’s only with a new 2-year contract agreement. Off-contract, the LTE smartphone — introduced in January this year — costs $349.99. So you probably wouldn’t mind winning one. And you can win one thanks to a new giveaway launched by Pantech USA and CBS’ The Price Is Right. The giveaway kicked-off today, August 17. It ends on August 21, with five winners that will receive a new and shiny… Read more
AT&T is currently selling the Sony Xperia Ion for $99.99 on contract — a decent price for such a handset. If you don’t mind that it’s running Android 2.3 Gingerbread (it will get ICS soon anyway), the Ion has enough to offer, including LTE connectivity, a 4.55-inch HD Reality Display, 12 Megapixel rear camera, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of expandable memory. Still, some just don’t want to pay $100 for a Gingerbread smartphone. And probably that’s why… Read more
AT&T and Motorola have announced the upcoming launch of Motorola Atrix HD, a smartphone which has been around in an unofficial manner for quite a while now, under names like Motorola Dinara, Qinara, or Atrix 3. The Atrix HD resembles Verizon’s Razr smartphones when it comes to design, but has something that they do not: a 4.5-inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels. It will be available at AT&T starting July 15, for $99.99 on contract, in your own choice… Read more