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byPublished on 04-18-2014 09:57 PM
The ZTE Prelude is a 3G device on AIO Wireless that will be brought over to the new Cricket.
byPublished on 04-18-2014 09:08 PM
- Android Jellybean 4.1.1
- 1Ghz Processor
- 2MP rear facing camera
- 3.5" LCD
After writing a little snippet about the ZTE Sonata, I thought it might be worth it to note that on a GSM network, 4G doesn't necessarily mean LTE. The Sonata is 4G capable because many GSM carriers consider HSPA / HSPA + 4G.This device is LTE capable.
byPublished on 04-18-2014 08:08 PM
- 1.2Ghz processor
- Android Jellybean 4.1
- 4" screen
- 5MP rear and 1MP front camera
This will probably be one of the first GSM devices on Cricket Wireless. It's no surprise as it is being carried over from AIO.
I don't know what is going on, but at the time of this article I can't click the details button on AIO's website for this device. It gives a 404 not found error.
I do have the specifications below though:
byPublished on 04-16-2014 05:41 PM
- Dual core 1.4 Ghz
- 4" LCD Display
- 5MP camera with flash
- 1GB RAM / 4GB ROM
- Jellybean 4.1.2
- 1785 mAh battery
In this video I run the phones in my possession through the latest release of Antutu Benchmark and Quadrant Advanced. The results were exactly what I expected. Full stats on the devices are in the video (watch in HD).
...byPublished on 04-16-2014 07:24 AM
Alright, here we go again. Another S device and more speculation. The difference is this time, we're in the middle of the AT&T takeover and a change of network types is looming over us.
Please keep most of the speculation in this thread. Cite sources for release dates when possible. ...byPublished on 04-15-2014 06:11 PM
I use to do so many installation videos of invisibleSHIELDs (orignal, HD, dry) back in the day. Then Spigen came along with all their Glas screen protectors. Doesn't take much to see that a glass screen protector is superior in clarity. It's really become a shame to put a product that suffers from known issues like the rainbow effect and orange peel on these flagship devices.
I'm sure ZAGG felt the pressure put on them by manufacturers like Spigen to produce something better. Enter the Glass line.
This thing is kind of expensive. $40 bucks basically at Best Buy. From ZAGG it's $5 cheaper. Maybe that's because there is less packaging with the one that ...byPublished on 04-14-2014 10:36 PM
Well it will be compatible with Cricket Wireless under the new Cricket (GSM). Samsung has figured out the formula Apple has used to keep people coming back for another iteration of their S device. Honestly, I think Samsung has more to offer between versions though.
It's been tough to cover cell phones while getting settled in here in Des Moines and getting used to a new job. This was the first opportunity I've had to get my hands on the Samsung Galaxy S5 in general.
Despite the fact that I've been enjoying ...byPublished on 04-13-2014 05:21 PM
You'll probably notice more updates with KitKat than the one listed on these notes.
For instance, you should have the ability to snooze and stop alarms with voice commands. Voice commands can probably also be used in other situations like upon incoming calls.
List what you've found here... ...byPublished on 04-07-2014 01:57 PM
It appeared that the Verizon HTC One Max was going to receive the Android 4.4 KitKat update first, but Sprint beat them to the punch.
NOTE: The Verizon HTC One Max is unlocked and can support HSPA+ on AT&Ts network up to 14.4mbps.
Finally after waiting a while, here it is:
Since I'm at work I've only tried to check if alarms can be dismissed and snoozed by voice like on my AT&T Note 3 after the update. No luck it seems. Also called the phone and no voice command options appeared.
At least for S & Gs I ran Antutu.
Higher ...byPublished on 03-31-2014 08:43 PM
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for AT&T received the over the air (OTA) update for Android OS 4.4 (KitKat) on Friday. While I didn't notice many visual changes, there are some signs to better performance and added features. The video documents a program called AC Display which only works on 4.4+ devices. I've been waiting to use it for a while.
This phone should be compatible with Cricket Wireless in a matter of months. At least that's what I'm guessing. ...
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