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Posted on Nov 1 2012 - 3:09pm by Phalgun Shenoy
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ZTE, much like Huawei, is not among the top players when it comes to smartphones, but these Chinese companies are known to make pretty good handsets and enjoy a very good market leadership in their home market. One of the notable devices which ZTE launched recently was the ZTE Grand X LTE. The Grand X LTE was announced to launch on China Mobile’s GSM network...

In the aftermath of Sandy’s havoc, Federal Communication Commission reported that cellular phone services absorbed a big hit after 25 percent of the nations wireless companies’ cellular sites in 10 states are toppled by the ravaging winds of the superstorm. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said during Tuesday’s press conference communication services will likely...

When Korean manufacturer, Samsung, announced that its flagship smartphone, Galaxy S III, released in the United States would be getting the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update “soon,” it actually left an impression that US customers aren’t getting the same treatment as with customers from other regions. The company didn’t provide an ETA as to when...

Starting October 25th, Sprint will start offering Samsung Galaxy Note II on a subsidized price of $299.99 with a 2-year contract. The company itself confirmed this report via a press release dated October 16th published on thousands of blogs, websites and PR firms. Releasing Galaxy Note II under its wing would mean so much for US carrier as it has tons of features...

Japanese telecommunications and Internet Corporation, SoftBank Corp will be spending $20.1 billion to materialize its plans to help the biggest wireless market player in the United States, Sprint Nextel Corporation. In return, a 70 percent stake in the US carrier will be granted to the Japanese firm. With an intention to speed up the rollout of a faster network,...

The financial struggle of Sprint Nextel will soon be over after it finalized an agreement with Japan’s mobile carrier Softbank to buy 70% of the wireless company worth around $20 billion. The boards of the both companies have reportedly approved the deal, according to CNBC.  The deal would give Sprint $8 billion in exchange for stock directly from the company, while $12 billion will be used to buy from stockholders. The offered price per share during the time of the negotiations was reportedly $7.30 or a 27 percent premium over...

There are so many Android smartphones being released every month nowadays that you can easily be spoilt of choice as to which phone to go for.  However, if what you are looking is a smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, then you will have an easy time picking which phone to go for because not so many of them are released these days.  One of the newest Android smartphones with a physical QWERTY slide-out keyboard set to come soon to Sprint is LG’s Mach.  What we already know is that the phone will be released via Sprint, but...

As an effort to stick to its commitment, Sprint is trying to deliver the best 4G LTE experience combined with the value of Truly Unlimited data on smartphones. If you’ve been tracking this blog, we had written about scarcity of iPhone 5 in the U.S. and how Sprint iPhone 5 were still available to be bought, but were not getting sold. Apparently, the case is that...