The new Pantech Perception has just been released on Verizon Wireless. This 4G LTE Android smartphone comes with an impressive 4.8-inch HD display and 8 MP camera.
AT&T has just announced that the AT&T Mobile Hotspot MiFi Liberate and the Samsung Galaxy Express will be available
from Nov. 16.
MetroPCS has announced that it will be offering Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S III Android smartphone without a contract from October 22. It will be available in all MetroPCS stores and online at www.metropcs.com.
AT&T has revealed that its growing selection of 4G LTE smartphones will soon include three new handsets from HTC – the HTC One X+, HTC One VX and the Windows Phone 8X by HTC.
Boost Mobile has announced that the popular HTC EVO Design 4G will be available on its 3G/WiMAX network for $299.99 from May 31. When paired with Boost’s Monthly Unlimited pre-pay plan it costs only $55 per month.
Good Technology’s latest device activation report shows that the iPhone 4S was the most popular amongst its customers, which includes half of the Fortune 100 and companies from every major industry.
Sprint has released another smartphone with eco-friendly credentials, the LG Optimus Elite. It’s priced at 29.99 plus a suitable two year contract. It follows on from the LG Rumor Reflex and LG Viper 4G LTE released earlier this year.
Sony Mobile Communications has just released the SmartWatch in the US, a wearable device that connects your Android smartphone to your wrist, wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Sony has announced the Xperia sola an Android (Gingerbread) powered smartphone with an innovative touchscreen that can be used by floating your finger above the display, without actually touching the screen.
The Xperia ion from Sony will be available in the U.S. from AT&T in the second quarter. It’s an Android (Gingerbread) smartphone that will particularly appeal to video and photo enthusiasts with its dual HD cameras and large 4.6-inch HD display.