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[UPDATE 2/26/2013 10:30pm]: An Android 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware for the Samsung Victory 4G LTE has just been leaked online. It means that there would soon be a roll out for the Jelly Bean update. [UPDATE 2/26/2013 9:45pm]: We have just been notified that Virgin Mobile USA, subsidiary of Sprint Nextel Corporation, is now offering Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. Many...

If you have been holding out on getting that Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for a good deal, now may be a good time.  Sprint is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 For $69.99 on Amazon (with two year activation, as usual). With most of the major smartphone manufacturers set to release new devices within the next two to three months, the carriers should began to let go...

After writing 10 very long articles about Galaxy S3 problems and errors, perhaps it’s time we set our focus to owners whose devices are supported by any carrier in the United States. In this post, we will tackle problems Sprint customers reported especially the ones that happened after the recent Jelly Bean update roll out. Users under other carriers will also...

The rumors about HTC One, previously rumored to be HTC M7 have not quelled down despite the confirmation that the device actually exists and will be releasing it in a couple of weeks.  This new flagship device by HTC already has the spec sheet and rendered press images doing rounds on the internet.  What’s more, we already have a price and a release dates in the US.  HTC fans in the US can now sigh in relief as the phone is rumored to come on March 22nd, ahead of international release rumored to be early or mid-april.  The high end...

Would you believe that you could get the Samsung Galaxy S3 for such a ridiculously low price? You can now avail of the current flagship model of Samsung for just $0.01 if you get it from Amazon Wireless which is now running a sale of the device. The catch on this is that you’ll have signup as a new Sprint customer and get a two year contract with the carrier. As...

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is special for a variety of reasons. Not only did it bring forth the newest iteration of Android at the time (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), but it also featured pretty cool hardware although the camera was dismal. This is the reason the smartphone is still in demand despite Google launching its successor, the LG Nexus 4. However, carrier operated CDMA versions of the Galaxy Nexus cannot really be considered a complete Nexus smartphone, simply because the carriers hold the authority to update the smartphone...

[Photo Credit: CNET] Apple has been given a favorable name in the tech world by Apple fanboys who claim that all the negative news about Apple’s image and popularity is nothing more than hearsay and false propaganda by those who dislike Apple. This is simply not true, if for nothing more than the fact that tech writers would publish gloom and doom news about any...

Spring has announced a new Buy One, Get One Free promo for the LG Optimus G smartphone. The handset, which is an LG flagship device and the basis for the Nexus 4,  is now being offered at the price of $199.99. Consumers get an extra LG Optimus G smartphone free, provided that the two smartphones purchased come with a 2-year Agreement or eligible upgrade. Sprint also...