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We’ve been speculating about the launch and hardware of the Moto X successor for quite a few months now. And all this while, we were under the impression that the device would be known as the Moto X+1. However, a leaked Verizon document contradicts this theory by mentioning the upcoming Motorola flagship as the “The new Moto X”. This makes sense as we’ve only recently encountered a Moto G leak which suggested a similar naming pattern for the handset. Going by this, it’s fair to assume that we will be looking...

T-Mobile has just announced an event for the 10th of September where the carrier will show off its plans for Uncarrier 7.0. The invite says – “This time it’s personal” which is something we’re quite keen to see. At the moment, our only guess is that T-Mobile will be looking to exploit its ongoing rivalry with AT&T which has gone on for the past couple of years now. The event will begin at 12:30PM in San Francisco. Considering the timing, it’s more than likely that devices from the IFA event will...

The Sony Xperia Z3 is less than a week away from launch as we all know. And today, we have stumbled across reports suggesting that Sprint could soon carry a flagship Sony smartphone on its shelves. While there’s no mention of the Xperia Z3 specifically, it goes without saying that this is the device being mentioned. Over the years, Sony has struggled to launch its smartphones through major American carriers. Currently, T-Mobile is the only network to offer Sony’s smartphones. Sprint has never launched a Sony smartphone,...

A couple of weeks ago, Sprint teased the arrival of the plastic sibling of the HTC One M8 known as the One E8. However, there was no clarity on when the handset will be officially available for purchase. That changes today as the carrier is now taking orders for the smartphone, with a price tag of $499.99 up front or $199.99 with a two year contract. The smartphone is also available through the carrier’s monthly installment plans at $20.84 per month for a period of two years. The smartphone is very identical to the One M8 as far...

AT&T is offering a decent incentive for users if they add a new line through the Next monthly installment program. Doing this will fetch customers a $100 credit, which will reflect before the third billing cycle is finished. It’s quite a novel idea from AT&T and will encourage users to add new lines through AT&T Next rather than getting the device on a contract or by paying the full amount upfront. AT&T Next is available in 20 or 24 month plans, so the customers get to choose whichever is the most convenient to...

In the midst of all the flagships that are preparing to break cover over the next week, midrange devices are not given much love. But Verizon has managed to grab our attention by announcing a rare midrange offering from Motorola known as the Luge. The smartphone is essentially a re-branded version of the Droid Razr M from 2012, but for prepaid customers of Verizon. The price tag is quite decent at $199.99 without no contractual obligations, so Verizon is clearly going to attract a lot of attention from this new offering. The Motorola...

When HTC announced the Desire 510 packing 4G LTE, it was almost inevitable that the device would break cover in the U.S. as well. And now, four carriers of the country have been confirmed to be selling the midrange HTC offering soon, but with no details on the pricing as of yet. The aforementioned carriers have launched several midrange smartphones in the past, so it’s no surprise that the Desire 510 is being launched as well. There was no mention of a specific date as to when these carriers will announce the availability...

AT&T has just introduced its 4G LTE coverage in 12 new cities of the U.S. for the very first time, taking the total tally to over 600. The carrier is still second place to Verizon, which has the largest LTE network in the U.S. spanning the entire country. In comparison, the likes of Sprint and T-Mobile are still quite behind in their coverage areas as they began offering LTE much later compared to AT&T and Verizon. If there’s one area where AT&T’s 4G LTE network shines over the competition, it is with regards...