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Nexus 4 Page Updated After Confusion, HSPA+ 42 Support Confirmed

When the Nexus 4 was put up on the Play Store yesterday, its tech specs stated that is HSPA+ 21 compatible, which would have been understandable. We know that HSPA+ 42 needs an extra chip that the Nexus 4 might not have (to go along with the lack of LTE). However, T-Mobile stated in their press release that their Nexus 4 will support HSPA+ 42 on their… Read more

Sprint Launching LTE In 21 More Markets

Sprint is very late to the LTE game, and they’re trying to roll out their network as fast as possible. They’ve already announced 21 new markets that they will be bringing LTE to, including my San Francisco. Quite a good rollout, though they really need it. Here are all the new cities: San Francisco, CA, San Mateo-Redwood City, CA Cape Coral-Ft… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Camera Launching On AT&T In The Coming Weeks

We finally have confirmation that the Samsung Galaxy Camera is coming to the US, and it is launching on AT&T with its 4G network. It’ll be launching with a 4.8″ HD Super Clear LCD screen, a 1 GHz quad core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and of course a 16MP BSI (backside illuminated) camera sensor paired with a 21x optical zoom lens. Not only… Read more

Sprint Unveils 4G LTE In A Few Cities, Enhances 3G In Others

Sprint is rolling LTE out to a few market. It isn’t much compared to AT&T or Verizon, but it’s still progress that Sprint really needs. LTE is now live in Lawrence, KS, Topeka, KS, Wichita, KS, Waukegan-Lake County, IL, and Barnstable-Hyannis/Mid-Cape, MA. But that isn’t the only thing Sprint has up its sleeve. Their Network Vision rollout is starting… Read more

AT&T Could Be Introducing Shared Data Plans Soon

Verizon recently introduced its “Share Everything” plans, allowing customers to share a pool of data between multiple devices. It’s been rumored for several months that AT&T could be following suit. The company’s CEO even put forward notions of shared data plans earlier this year. New evidence suggests we could be seeing “Group Data” hit the… Read more

Deal: Sprint Galaxy Nexus $50 With New Account

If you open a new account on Sprint, you can get the Galaxy Nexus for only $50. This only works for new customers, but it’s a great deal nonetheless. As Google’s flagship, it has the 1.2 GHz TI OMAP 4460 dual core, a 4.65″ Super AMOLED HD panel, 32GB of onboard memory, a 5MP ultrafast camera with 1080p video, and the coveted Ice Cream Sandwich. Plus,… Read more

Verizon Plans To Cover 400 Markets With LTE In 2012

Today, Verizon Wireless announced that they plan to unveil 28 new LTE markets on May 17th, as well as expand 11 existing markets with improved LTE coverage. This will bring the number of markets with LTE available to a massive 258. That’s two thirds of the US population. As if 258 wasn’t a big enough number, Verizon says that they plan to bring LTE… Read more