Can't wait for Samsung's newest Android-powered smartphone? You can expect to get your hands on one by the end of this month.
Now you can get the iPhone without a contract on Cricket.
Customers will pay $55 per month for unlimited voice, SMS and data.
Red Pocket Mobile's SIM cards hook into AT&T's network, and are compatible with any unlocked GSM phone.
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It supports 3G until Sprint builds out its LTE network, but its display, camera, design, and multimedia features make it the best phone offered by Sprint.
The latest inexpensive Android phones from Kyocera don’t have the most cutting-edge specs, but they do run Android 4.0.
Cricket says it has a big portfolio of 3G and 4G phones coming, as well as a growing LTE network.
We got an exclusive look at the HTC One V coming to the U.S. this summer.
The app, which is restricted to Android devices, takes advantage of Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
The phone has a 4.7-inch Super LCD display, a high-end 8-megapixel camera with ImageSense and runs the Android 4.0 interface with HTC’s Sense 4.0.
We took Samsung's latest Android phone, which caused a worldwide uproar when announced last week, for a test drive. We found a svelte design, a killer display, and some other cool features.