Top 3 Verizon Phones On The Market Right Now

Verizon still remains the largest phone carrier in US and without a doubt will continue to hold this throne thanks to its coverage. As such, you would expect phone manufacturers pushing to ensure their devices are available on the Verizon network. So if you’re looking to upgrade your smartphone, what are the best choices? Here Read more about Top 3 Verizon Phones On The Market Right Now[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Nougat For Verizon Users Is Here!

Several Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge owners registered on Verizon have reported that they have started seeing the highly anticipated Nougat update on their device. However, Verizon has yet to officially announce the release of this new update so there is no confirmation on what security patch the update brings. Even so, this is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Nougat For Verizon Users Is Here![…]

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never

It’s good news for all Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users as T-Mobile has just joined Verizon, Sprint and AT&T by kicking off the Android Nougat update to this model. T-Mobile’s senior product manager, Desmond Smith, revealed that Android 7.0 Nougat for the phablet was approved on April 22, Friday and so, customers should begin seeing Read more about T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never[…]

Verizon’s Wear24 Arriving As Low As $299!

Two months back, Verizon released its very own smartwatch line, Wear24. That was in February and now a new Press Release has announced that the Wear24 will be available for purchase beginning on May 11. Folks interested in Verizon’s smartwatches can make their purchase online or via Verizon’s retail stores from that date onward. Many Read more about Verizon’s Wear24 Arriving As Low As $299![…]

HTC 10: Verizon Users Plagued With Bluetooth Issues

These days it’s almost impossible to go for a drive without listening to music. But, folks aren’t so interested on what’s playing on the air waves – they’re more keen on listening to their favorite tracks as and when they want to. This is why in-car Bluetooth connectivity has become such a popular thing lately. Read more about HTC 10: Verizon Users Plagued With Bluetooth Issues[…]

Google Pixel XL: Finally Restocked!

The Google Pixel XL, the larger 5.5-inch version of Google’s smartphone duo, has been out of stock for some time now at the Google Store. Folks who ordered it from Verizon were subjected to wait for weeks, especially for the 128GB model. Big Red tried to make the situation better by sending those waiting for Read more about Google Pixel XL: Finally Restocked![…]

Google Overwhelmed By Success Of Pixel?

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL were launched three months back in October and they were quickly wiped out. Not that surprising seeing that they are excellent devices. However, it has been becoming harder for buyers to land a Pixel or Pixel XL device in a reasonable amount of time. It seems that Google failed Read more about Google Overwhelmed By Success Of Pixel?[…]

Moto Z Calls Out To All Google Pixel Rejects

Are you one of those who are struggling to nab Google’s impressive new Pixel XL device? We assure you that you’re not alone. Google’s flagship device is so great that it has been wiped out from the Google Store and it is currently back-ordered on Verizon up till the second week of March. Well, wipe Read more about Moto Z Calls Out To All Google Pixel Rejects[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Haven’t Gotten September Update?

Samsung has been much kinder to users of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in recent months with timely security updates, though last year’s flagships remain disappointments in other ways. They have received the September security update in the US and Europe, but some are still stranded. It appears that the latest patch hasn’t arrived Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Haven’t Gotten September Update?[…]

How Google Failed Nexus 6P Abroad

The most mainstream Android devices may be from Samsung, but the phones with the most devoted fans come from Google. It’s hard to blame them – the Nexus 6P has elevated the stock Android hardware from Mountain View to a whole new level. Unfortunately, its meteoric success has so far been confined within US borders. Read more about How Google Failed Nexus 6P Abroad[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Left Behind Like Sony Xperia Z3

Certain models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 haven’t yet gotten Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, particularly the European N910F version. Besides that, Neurogadget reports that the update has been delayed for the phablet on Verizon and T-Mobile. Users would naturally feel at least a little irked by this, but it’s not like they’re going to get Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Left Behind Like Sony Xperia Z3[…]

Google Nexus 6P: Never About Profits

How does anyone know that the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been an improvement to the Galaxy S6? How did get around to concluding that the HTC One M9 is worse than the One M8? It’s all in their sales and profit numbers, because those are the most objective measures of success. Reviewers and consumers tend Read more about Google Nexus 6P: Never About Profits[…]

Google Allows Verizon To “Bloat” HTC Nexus 2016

Evan Blass is at it again with another crucial piece of info for the upcoming HTC Nexus Marlin and Sailfish. The tipster has revealed that there would be two versions of each device, one running stock Android and the other offered by Verizon. It looks like the US carrier is going to seize its third Read more about Google Allows Verizon To “Bloat” HTC Nexus 2016[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Carrier Choice?

It is one thing to be late for the Android version update, it is another to lag behind in security updates. Part of the reason the Samsung Galaxy S6 was heavily criticized in spite of its merits is the fact that its software updates arrived really late. As much as it is the fault of Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Carrier Choice?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Calling All Cheapskates!

It is easy to bash the Samsung Galaxy S6 by comparing it to the Galaxy S7, but save for an abysmal battery life and lack of microSD support, it is actually a pretty darn good handset with top-notch processor and camera performance. And if you’re a cheapskate that’s been holding out on it because of Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Calling All Cheapskates![…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Yes, Now $320 Cheaper!

If you don’t mind not having the Edge feature, the Samsung Galaxy S7 can be gotten for a fantastic deal of $480 on eBay. That’s about $250 cheaper than the original price of an unlocked model and roughly $320 cheaper than a carrier model. Given the sellers description that spells out ‘GSM Unlocked’, it is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Yes, Now $320 Cheaper![…]

Verizon Gets Generous With LG G5 – Thanks!

It’s too bad that introducing a attention-grabbing modular design hasn’t gotten the LG G5 the sales it deserves. Granted, there are a number of drawbacks with the latest LG flagship, but its theme of ‘more is more’ that accommodates more attachments and battery life is a delightful one. Verizon thinks so too, which is why Read more about Verizon Gets Generous With LG G5 – Thanks![…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Users Beware – More To Carrier Update!

One of the things Android users hate about not using stock Android UI is the bloatware that usually comes from carriers, even on any brand’s otherwise simplified dedicated UIs. Samsung’s TouchWiz, despite many improvements over recent years, remains particularly susceptible to carrier bloatware. Seasoned users would have gotten rid of them immediately after getting their Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Users Beware – More To Carrier Update![…]

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016): Dirt Cheap, With A Catch

Samsung is showing Huawei and Xiaomi that it could also beat them at their own game, and thus begins a price war which ultimately benefits the consumer. Well, Verizon has decided to take it further by offering the 2016 Samsung Galaxy J3 for $110. The original price of the new Galaxy J3 ranges from $150 Read more about Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016): Dirt Cheap, With A Catch[…]

Sony Xperia X: Why Does Sony Hate US Carriers?

Sony has shifted its focus from the Xperia Z lineup to its new Xperia X lineup that includes three devices that differ by performance and consumer segment rather than merely size. It’s difficult to believe that the top model, the Sony Xperia X Performance, is a true successor to the Sony Xperia Z5, and it’s Read more about Sony Xperia X: Why Does Sony Hate US Carriers?[…]