01/27/2012, There is a leaked roadmap somewhere out there that holds information concerning a CDMA version of the P9981, where it goes around with the moniker BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9531. This unique device will feature a 1.2GHz processor as well as an 8GB internal memory that can be further expanded to 32GB, making this exactly the same as that of the Porsche Design P’9981′s innards. Needless to say, those who own […]
11/17/2011, Nokia’s Windows Phone offerings, the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, have yet to make their way into the US market, but if it arrives who will be the lucky carrier to offer the device? As it turns out, an AT&T executive, Glenn Lurie, has confirmed that the carrier is currently in talks with Nokia to begin offering their smartphones for 2012. This information was revealed during a Morgan Stanley […]
11/16/2011, AT&T enjoyed exclusivity with the iPhone for three generations worth, and now it looks like out of the four major carriers, only one carrier (T-Mobile) does not carry the iPhone. If I was AT&T, I would be worried about my customers running off to a competing carrier who may offer better rates and plans, but apparently that’s not the case with AT&T, who reports that customers remain loyal to the […]
10/19/2011, The Motorola Droid RAZR was just announced yesterday (click here for our hands on preview) and already it looks like it has cleared the FCC, which we guess isn’t a bad thing and it should be able to make that November release date that it is originally slated for. We’re guessing that most of you guys are probably well aware of the specs of the device by now, such as […]
09/14/2011, Sprint users you may be in for some good news! According to a report that just surfaced, it looks like a Sprint-specific iPad 2 may be headed your way, assuming of course you buy into the rumors.
08/31/2011, It seems that 9to5 Mac received in their inbox what appears to be a stack of iPhone 4 antennas, with the middle antenna claiming to be the iPhone 4S/5. The top casing belongs to the GSM version of the iPhone 4 thanks to the microSIM card slot. Interestingly the same SIM card slot can be found in the purported iPhone 4S’s antenna.
08/30/2011, As most of you should be familiar by now, Verizon has opted not to carry the Samsung Galaxy S II unlike the three other major carriers. Instead it appears that they will be bringing in what is known as the Samsung DROID Prime, a device that was meant to be compete against the iPhone 5, Apple’s next-generation handset that has a rumored October release.
08/23/2011, When the iPhone was first launched, AT&T enjoyed the privilege of being the only carrier that carried Apple’s brand new handset. Several generations later, the privilege extended to Verizon who introduced the rest of America to a CDMA version of the iPhone 4. The trouble with different versions of the iPhone meant that users who were not on AT&T or Verizon would not be able to enjoy them, or users […]
07/20/2011, When the iPhone first came out, AT&T were the only carrier that offered the handsets, and thanks to an exclusive deal, they went on to be the only carrier sporting the device for the next couple of years. Verizon finally got in on the action with a CDMA version of the iPhone 4 this year, and there have been rumors that Sprint may be in the process of testing the […]
05/02/2011, Great news for users who own CDMA-flavored iPhone 4 devices on Big Read instead of GSM versions on AT&T – if you’ve been bothered by your tethered jailbreak for iOS 4.2.6, you now have the option to shed those chains thanks to iH8sn0w. He’s come up with a jailbreak for Verizon iPhones running on iOS 4.2.7, and the best part is – it’s untethered. This means you’ll be able to […]
04/26/2011, After what seemed like forever, the Samsung Nexus S 4G is finally making its way to Sprint’s retail outlets. The 4G stock Google phone will finally go on sale May 8. Those of you who’ve already preordered the phone should expect a tasty little package to arrive on your doorstep in about 2 week’s time. When the Nexus S went on sale in December last year, one of the issues […]
04/07/2011, The HTC Merge might be finally released soon. After being officially announced in February, the device surfaced again to pay a visit to the FCC last month, and now it’s being leaked again in official press shots. Though this time around – the phone has been branded with Verizon’s logo. Unsurprising since Verizon’s already got a CDMA world phone and the whole reddish color scheme of the Merge goes very […]
04/05/2011, The verdict is out – well, according to the latest survey results released by ChangeWave anyway. From a sample of over 4,000 iPhone 4 users in the US, more AT&T users have reported calls dropping when compared to the iPhone 4 users on Verizon (4.8% vs. 1.8% respectively). This looks like Verizon’s CDMA network really is an improvement over AT&T’s GSM network for the iPhone 4. However it is noted […]
03/17/2011, Ericsson has recently made the first HD voice call on CDMA in the industry, calling it CDMA HD voice that delivers speech in a wider spectral range of 50Hz to 7000Hz. What do these figures mean for the end user? Well, we are talking about increased voice quality and intelligibility coupled with a decrease in listening fatigue, despite having you being in environments with high background noise. Here is what […]