Looking for the lowest price on the Nexus 6? T-Mobile has got you covered. The Uncarrier is currently selling Google’s newest flagship phone for $100 off its retail price, which drops it to $550 (32GB) and $599 (64GB). For a whale, that seems like a bargain. And just think, you can take this bad boy to Project Fi whenever Google starts sending out invites to the masses.
If you haven’t yet, be sure to read our Nexus 6 review.
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The Nexus 6 when used on T-Mobile’s network still can’t utilize WiFi Calling, a feature that the wireless carrier typically loves to brag about as a selling point over the competition. We expected the feature to arrive months ago, but for whatever reason, T-Mobile and Google can seem to get all of the bugs worked out to make it stable enough for you and I. (more…)
It was only a matter of time before T-Mobile’s John Legere had heard enough from Verizon that he would step off of his pursuit of AT&T customers and focus his Uncarrier attack at the other big boy on the block. Thanks to Verizon’s “Never Settle” campaign, Legere has had it and will is now launching his own “Never Settle” campaign to try and win over customers from Big Red. (more…)
Last week, as we were telling you to expect Android 5.1.1 at any moment, we weren’t exactly including those of you who just picked up a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in the conversation. No offense, but phones with OEM skins aren’t usually leading the pack when it comes to updates that feature the newest versions of Android. As it turns out, maybe we should have. (more…)
According to LG, the new G4 will be available at all of the big US carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and US Cellular.
Pricing has not yet been announced. Availability information will be left up to carriers to announce, but it’s looking like June is a likely launch for the US.
LG is releasing the G4 in Korea on April 29. (more…)
On Friday, we told you that T-Mobile had received “technical approval” on the Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 4 and was planning to push the update to users starting today. Sure enough, it’s happening. A couple of our readers, along with many more in various forums throughout this vast Android-filled internet are all receiving the update.
T-Mobile hasn’t yet posted their own details for the update, but I’m guessing that will happen soon, whenever their community manager wakes up and starts work for the week. (more…)
The Sony Xperia Z3 randomly showed back up on T-Mobile’s online shop this week after disappearing nearly a month ago without notice. Not only has the device returned, but it can be had for just $499 without a contract or broken out into monthly payments as low as $20.
We still aren’t sure why the Xperia Z3 disappeared for a couple of weeks, but everyone should be happy that it’s back. This is a hell of a smartphone. Sony’s Xperia line has only gotten better over the last couple of years and should be considered by fans of this operating system even with the Galaxy S6 now available. While the fate of the Xperia line in the US now seems to be up the in air, the Z3 deserves more than a 6-month stay at the Uncarrier.
According to a tweet from T-Mobile’s product guru Des Smith, the Lollipop OTA update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has received technical approval, and should begin seeding out to owners next week. (more…)