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The LG G Vista from Verizon will reportedly break cover this Thursday on the 31st of July according to a new leak. Pricing will be set at $99.99 with a 2-year agreement or $499.99 sans contract, which seems appropriate for a midrange offering of this caliber. Although the handset is bigger than the recently launched LG G3, it’s not quite the hardware beast that it looks like. New leaked images confirm that the G Vista sports a 5.7 inch 720p display, a 1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 SoC, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage...

The Verizon branded Moto X has just started receiving the Android 4.4.4 update today, almost a month after Google originally began the rollout. But considering the carrier’s history with updates, that’s not the longest the customers have been made to wait. Verizon started seeding the update to soak test invitees a few days ago, so this was along expected lines. As seen with other stock Android devices, the update will bring along the same changes. The changelog mentions that there will be a new graphical layout on the dialer...

The LG G Vista smartphone from Verizon has been part of several leaks over the past few weeks. And all this while, we were of the impression that the smartphone would be an exclusive to the carrier. But that changed over the weekend, with a user manual suggesting that the device will launch through AT&T as well with the same moniker. This is good news for the customers as LG is offering multiple options to purchase its upcoming smartphone in the U.S. The leaked user manual shows a mockup of the smartphone in question with AT&T...

As expected, the AT&T branded HTC Desire 610 is available starting today. Much like the smartphone’s overseas pricing, AT&T is only asking for $199.99 off contract or $0.99 if you’re willing to sign a two year agreement. The smartphone is 4G LTE capable and is easily one of the best budget offerings going around. For the price, you’re getting a 4.7 inch 960 x 540 resolution display, an 8-megapixel camera on the back, a 1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 SoC, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, Android 4.4.2 KitKat and...

Welcome to the 2nd part of our Sprint Galaxy S4 Problems series. While we already published a lot of posts addressing problems of our readers that were sent to us through email, we find it necessary to publish posts that specifically support a device carried by Sprint considering we received a lot of emails from their subscribers. The problems addressed in this post, however, are minor and can be fixed by simple procedures that can be done without voiding the warranty. Problems that were apparently caused by faulty hardware need hands-on...

The wait is finally over for Amazon’s Fire Phone to reach customers’ hands as AT&T has finally begun sales of the online retailer’s first smartphone. The pricing is a little steep and starts from $199.99 with a 2-year contract, which might not appeal to a lot of customers out there. If you’re looking to pick the device up without  a contract, you will have to shell out $649, which is still quite a lot for a phone of this caliber. The Fire Phone is built entirely on top of Amazon’s ecosystem, so if you’re...

The is the first part of our T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 Problems series and I’m sure more posts like this would follow considering the number of emails we received from Tmo Note 3 owners. The problems addressed in this post are so common that you may encounter them sooner or later. But may I remind you that what we can provide are troubleshooting procedures to problems you may be experiencing. There is no guarantee that they will be fixed especially the hardware issues. For those who have problems with their phones, feel free to email...

Sprint has scheduled a new event for the 19th of August, with the invite saying nothing but “take the edge off“. While it’s hard to decipher anything from that, the emphasis on the word “Edge” suggests that this could be something in competition to the Verizon Edge program. The carrier could also have a new device on the cards, with the most likely candidate being a follow up to the Kyocera Hydro Edge which broke cover at around the same time last year. These midrange water resistant offerings from Kyocera...