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The LG G4 isn’t coming to the US for awhile, but some of the carriers are starting to share information on when it might be coming. VERIZON Verizon has no explicitly said when we should expect the LG G4 to arrive on that carrier, but they have confirmed that it is coming “soon.” That’s pretty vague, but it probably will launch when the other carriers get their devices as well. #LGG4 with Advanced Calling for HD Voice and Video is coming soon to Verizon Wireless http://t.co/pmscYRmEmj pic.twitter.com/reQ0MI3Znx —...

Right after the LG G4 was announced by the company in New York City and London events simultaneously, the company has just announced availability of the Watch Urbane smartwatch in the U.S. from Verizon Wireless and AT&T respectively. The pricing has been set at $349.99, something that we predicted yesterday and was confirmed by Google earlier today. The wearable will only be available in Silver for the time being, so your color choices are fairly limited with the Watch Urbane if you head over to either of the aforementioned carriers....

LG’s premium grade wearable, the Watch Urbane has been expected to hit the shelves soon. And it seems like Verizon will be one of the first to carry it, if a leaked promotional image is anything to go by. As of now, no retailer has announced pricing related details of the Watch Urbane, but Verizon’s leak indicates that it will be priced at $349.99. What’s even better is the fact that it will supposedly be available starting tomorrow i.e. on April 28. This makes sense given that LG is also expected to announce the G4...

America’s largest carrier, Verizon Wireless, has been relatively behind as far as rolling out software updates are concerned. The same applies to its LG G3 flagship which is now one of the last carrier variants in the U.S. to get the Android 5.0 update. It has been a couple of months since LG originally issued the update to the unlocked versions of the handset, so the carrier has taken quite a bit of time in bringing the update to its customers. The update will introduce an all new UI layer which will improve fluidity and performance...

Earlier this week, we saw how Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile had started shipping out pre-orders of the Galaxy S6 to the customers. And it’s Verizon’s turn now as the carrier has reportedly started shipping out the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge to customers who pre-ordered the device last month. The scheduled arrival date is 10th of April, so the carrier is shipping the device ahead of schedule. This might not apply to all customers, as devices are shipped depending on the customers’ location, so don’t lose patience...

It all looks like a no-brainer. Essentially each and every Android power user in the market for a new “handheld PC” seems to be after Samsung’s Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. The LG G3 is dated, although not by much, the G Flex 2 continues to keep an inexplicably low profile, while Sony’s Xperia Z3 started out obsolete last fall. No wonder carriers are already nixing it. But what about HTC’s One M9? Sure, the S6 pair prevailed in our head-to-head specs comparison, yet the all-aluminum, “dual-toned” HTC had a few things going for...

After many other carriers have released Android 5.0 Lollipop for their variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Verizon is finally releasing their update. This is version 5.0 of Android Lollipop with build version of N910VVRU1BOAF. With this update, you’ll get all of the Android 5.0 Lollipop enhancements, including Material Design, revamped notifications, and more. One new feature included for this update is Advanced Calling 1.0, which will give you VoLTE. VoLTE will allow you to place calls and use data at the same time, for those...

Verizon Wireless has finally started taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 Edge and the HTC One M9. These three are among the most talked about smartphones of the year, so their arrival on Verizon is good news for the customers. While the Samsung offerings seem to have the upper hand as far as design and features are concerned, the familiar look of the One M9 might strike a chord with HTC loyalists. The Galaxy S6 and the One M9 are priced at $24.99 per month for two years using Verizon Edge, while getting it off...