Samsung Galaxy S III Review: Editors’ Choice


The Galaxy S III is Samsung’s best Android smartphone to date and the company’s successor to the Galaxy S II device that was launched last year as the Galaxy S II on AT&T and T-Mobile and the Epic 4G Touch on Sprint. The touchscreen-only smartphone will compete against the HTC One X series as well […]

Sprint Brings Enhanced 3G to Atlanta for Faster Download Speeds


Atlanta users on Sprint’s 3G Now Network will be able to experience faster mobile broadband speeds as Sprint has now turned on enhanced 3G support for that metropolitan area. Sprint, which had been one of the earlier carriers to lead the campaign for 3G speeds with commercials aimed and targeted at comparing its faster speeds […]

Picture for Sprint’s ZTE Android Honeycomb Tablet Leaks


A new leaked image shows what Sprint’s forthcoming tablet collaboration with ZTE may look like. Unfortunately, details of the Android Honeycomb device are relatively unknown still at this point, but the image does show what the device would look like if and when Sprint does announce the slate. The tablet was first revealed back in […]

Sprint HTC EVO Design 4G Review (Video)


The HTC EVO Design 4G goes back to basic black with a stunning design, great user experience through Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest HTC Sense 3.0. Priced at a modest $99 on a two-year contract, the EVO Design will not only compete for pocket space of those looking for mid-range smartphone, but also for […]

4 New Smartphones Launched This Weekend on AT&T, Sprint


A total of four new smartphones launched this past weekend for consumer purchase on both Ma Bell and the Now Network in the U.S. Users interested in 3G and 4G devices now have a few more options from both BlackBerry and Android camps on Sprint and AT&T, with the former launching 3 new devices while […]

Is Verizon’s 4G LTE Network Down?


It’s unclear if Verizon’s 4G LTE network is down, but at least in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, various 4G devices–MiFi mobile hotspot routers, a few 4G LTE Android smartphones, and a USB modem–refused to connect to Verizon’s 4G LTE network, indicating that there may be network issues at least in the San Francisco […]

Motorola Droid 3 Begins to Appear in Verizon’s Database System

Motorola Droid 3 details

Though Verizon and Motorola have not announced availability for the Droid 3, the successor to the keyboarded Droid and Droid 2 (Droid 2, Droid 2 R2D2 Special Edition, and Droid 2 Global) franchises, the device had been leaked numerous times in the past. It seems that the 3G Android smartphone is now starting to appear […]

Is Recent Apple Job Post Geared at Sprint iPhone Development?


A recent job posting for a carrier engineering team member for Apple located in Kansas City, Missouri may be geared at a forthcoming Sprint iPhone. A few blogs are speculating that given the job’s Kansas City location’s proximity to Sprint’s Overland Park, Kansas headquarters, the job posting may be targeted at an upcoming launch of […]

A World Phone HP Pre 3 Headed to Verizon?


An HP Pre 3 webOS smartphone was seen passing through the FCC with support for CDMA, EV-DO, GSM, and UMTS radios suggesting that the device is a world-phone CDMA model for Verizon Wireless. Though the world-phone CDMA module would be compatible with U.S. carrier Sprint as well, a recent leak on Pre Central shows the […]

Verizon iPhone 4 Superficially Similar, Internally Different from AT&T’s


Verizon’s CDMA Apple-made iPhone 4 may look nearly identical to its GSM cousin on AT&T and other carriers across the world, but the internal design and innards may be different from its globe-trotting counterpart on GSM/UMTS/EDGE/HSPA networks. For one, it’s curious that Apple used a global chipset from Qualcomm in the CDMA iPhone, similar to […]

Kyocera Echo Brings Truly Efficient Android Multitasking to Sprint


While I had incorrectly predicted the arrival of the HTC Arrive for Sprint, the carrier did manage to bring–as advertised–an industry first with the Kyocera Echo, the world’s first dual-screen Android smartphone, which brings with it not only increased screen real estate to browse your favorite webpages and view your favorite photos, but also much […]

Dual-Mode WiMAX/EVDO Modem Launches December 21


For those looking to take advantage of WiMAX in Baltimore and still use Sprint’s EVDO without having to carry around multiple cards this is probably of great interest now. Hopefully it will be in the future as Clearwire rolls out more of the WiMAX infrastructure.  For $150 (after a $50 rebate and with a two […]