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Earlier today, Samsung announced the pre-orders of the unlocked models of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge which begins tomorrow. Now, America’s largest carrier, Verizon has announced availability as well. According to the carrier, the smartphone will be up on pre-order starting April 1, with launch hopefully expected on April 10 as Samsung mentioned earlier. The carrier has merely made this announcement on Twitter and is yet to share details on the pricing of the device. But in any case, we expect the pricing to start...

With HTC officially bringing the unlocked model of the One M9 at midnight today (27 March, 12:01 AM ET), T-Mobile has just announced that it will also start taking pre-orders of the smartphone tomorrow. Bear in mind that this is only the pre-order from the carrier and actual availability will be somewhere close to April 10. The carrier mentions that the smartphone will be delivered to the customers before the official release date, which is good news for those hoping to pick up the handset from the carrier. The smartphone can be yours...

Samsung fans now have more reasons to get the Galaxy S6 from T-Mobile now. The carrier has just announced that it will offer buyers of the Galaxy S6 a free year’s worth of Netflix subscription. This is an innovative way to lure customers of the upcoming Samsung flagship towards T-Mobile as Netflix is one of the most widely used TV streaming services in the U.S. This essentially means that you’ll stand to save close to $96, at $7.99 per month which is the current monthly rental for Netflix. Not to mention the taxes that will...

America’s fifth largest carrier, U.S. Cellular has just announced its intentions to launch the LG G Flex 2 smartphone in the country starting the 26th of February. The G Flex 2 is already available in the U.S. through carriers like Sprint, so U.S. Cellular won’t be the first to offer the smartphone. The LG flagship can be yours for $31.50 per month on its monthly instalment plans or $630 when bought off contract. If you want to get the device with a 2-year agreement, the carrier is only asking for $149.99. There will only be...

Just as AT&T began the rollout of Android 5.0 for the Galaxy Note 4 earlier today, the carrier is also sending out an update to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3. The update brings the build number LRX21V.N900AUCUE0C1 and introduces a multitude of changes on the device. Given that the update has only begun to rollout now, we urge you to remain patient if the notification hasn’t popped up on your device yet. You can also try heading over to the settings to download the update that way if you’re impatient to wait for...

Samsung has begun the Android 5.0 update rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S5 a few weeks ago. However, carrier variants of the handsets have taken their sweet time to get updated. The AT&T model of the Galaxy Note 4 is no different. However, the smartphone is now receiving the update according to a bunch of users. The update doesn’t introduce Android 5.0.2, but Android 5.0.1, which shouldn’t matter much as they’re pretty much the same as far as functionality is concerned. The update is available over...

Prepaid carrier MetroPCS has announced a new promotion where it will be offering 1GB of 4G LTE data, combined with unlimited voice minutes and text messages for just $30. There’s no word on how long this promotion will last, but the carrier mentions that the pricing is available immediately. Beyond 1GB of data usage, we’re guessing the speed will be throttled to 3G and there will be no overage charges as this is an unlimited plan. In its statement, the carrier said – “Anyone with a MetroPCS 3G/4G GSM phone can...

Nexus 6 handsets with T-Mobile SIM cards recently started receiving the Android 5.1 update. But if you’re one of the few unlucky users who haven’t seen the update yet, you can now manually download them from the link provided here. All you have to do to do is download the file listed below and sideload it onto your smartphone and flash it using a custom recovery. This is not a factory image, so it’s much easier for newbies to download and install the ROM. Android 5.1 OTA for the T-Mobile Nexus 6 has been rolling out...