Announced this morning at an event in New York City, we have two new DROID phones from Verizon and Motorola, the DROID Turbo 2 and DROID Maxx 2, set to hit the US market on October 29. The DROID Turbo 2 has a retail price of $629, while the DROID Maxx 2 is priced at $384. (more…)
Like it did with the LG G4, LG is giving away goodies to those who pick up its latest phone, the V10. This morning, AT&T announced that customers who buy the phone would receive a free micro SD card, but as it turns out, LG is doing a similar deal plus more for V10 purchases on the three US carriers it plans to sell through. (more…)
Next week, at a press event in New York, Verizon and Motorola are expected to announce the new DROID Turbo 2 and DROID MAXX 2. Plenty of information has leaked about each over the past few months, information that shows not only a new flagship DROID (Turbo 2), but another, more affordable DROID (MAXX 2) that will focus on battery life. To add to the ongoing story that will soon be official, we have new details from sources of ours that tell of phones that won’t just be about “DROID” and specs. These phones have additional programs that Verizon and Motorola hope will help them stand out. (more…)
So, you picked up a new Nexus 5X this week or are expecting to receive your Nexus 6P in the near future and want to use them on Verizon, eh? There are some things to know first, as is always the case with unlocked phones that work on Verizon’s network. Like with the Moto X Pure Edition and Nexus 6 before it, getting the new Nexus phones up and running may not be the smoothest process depending on your stance with Big Red as a customer and whether or not they plan to certify these devices for use.
Let’s talk about it. (more…)
At the end of last week, owners of the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, and Galaxy Note 5 on Verizon began receiving an update that not only brought the latest round of Stagefright fixes, but also made each ready for Samsung Pay. Then on Monday, a direct link to Samsung Pay on Google Play was discovered that allowed these phone owners to install Samsung’s mobile payment systems and get to tap, tap, tapping on payment terminals everywhere. And then Samsung said, “No, no, not yet,” and pulled it. (more…)