US Cellular isn’t being the least bit shy about their aggressive Android strategy. It shows this week as they’ve announced the addition of 3 new HTC devices to their Android portfolio. The HTC Hero S, Wildfire S and HTC Flyer are all headed to US Cellular. According to a US Cellular press release all three
One of the codenamed HTC phones that’s been making the rumor rounds as of late has been the HTC Kingdom. It was revealed earlier this summer that the HTC Kingdom would come to Sprint as the HTC Design 4G (although we haven’t heard much lately). Now it’s shown up again, this time as a render
In June we were at the Sprint/Motorola press conference introducing the Motorola Photon 4G. Although it’s very similar to the Motorola Atrix 4G on AT&T it has a lot of enterprise refinements and access to some of the Motorola Webtop accessories. U.S. cellular says that the Motorola Electrify with it’s dual core processor will give
On Monday US Cellular sent out a media notification to let us know that Android 2.3.4 was on the way as soon as possible. It turns out that as soon as possible was Tuesday. The Samsung Mesmerize, US Cellular’s variant of the original Samsung Galaxy S, is now being upgraded to the latest version of
LG’s new QWERTY Android slider, once dubbed the “LG Gelato” is set to come to a handful of American carriers as the LG Enlighten. According to pocketnow, the LG Enlighten will come to Sprint, US Cellular, Cellular South and Verizon. The LG Enlighten features a 3.2 HVGA display, 3.2 megapixel camera, and an 800mhz processor.
Sometimes we like to look out for the littler guys. After always focusing on Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility, Sprint and T-Mobile, companies like MetroPCS, Cellular South and US Cellular really contribute to the overall ecosystem while maintaining a regional or local base. US Cellular’s CEO Mary Dillon said in their recent Q2 earnings call that
The LG Optimus Black was announced for international carriers earlier this year. At that time LG said it would also bring the device to the US but didn’t specify which carrier. Friday, Pocketnow and Unwiredview reported that the LG Optimus Black is headed to no less than 4 US carriers. Sprint, Virgin Mobile, US Cellular
US Cellular, one of the nation’s larger regional carriers, is set to add more Android to their roster of phones for their customers. Starting today US Cellular is selling the HTC Merge for just $149.99 with a $100 mail in rebate. The HTC Merge was at one time a highly anticipated Android device. In fact
How does a prepaid Android phone with cheap plans sound? If it is something you have been looking for you are in luck. U.S Cellular will start offering such devices and plans starting April 15th (and yes that is tomorrow).
Do you remember the Samsung Gem, that mystery mid range Android device that snuck onto the pages of a Best Buy Mobile magazine? Well it’s finally being released tomorrow on US Cellular. (insert random April fool’s joke here). The Samsung Gem has also been released by Alltel. The Samsung Gem won’t rock your socks off
Hot off the press is information that U.S. celluar is making ALL android powered smartphones under $100 USD. Don’t believe me? Well here’s the press release for you to get giddy about: All Android-Powered Phones Now Under $100 CHICAGO, Feb. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Cellular, recently ranked the best wireless carrier in the country
US Cellular has redone it’s pricing structure for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. US Cellular is now offering rate plan subsidized pricing on Samsung’s awesome 7″ tablet device. Customers who want to purchase a Samsung Galaxy Tab on US Cellular, and commit to a two year contract with their 5gb data package now only have to
Everyone is talking about this years Consumer Reports study on cell phones that was released yesterday. We quickly made the rounds with big dog AT&T being called the worst carrier by Consumer Reports, but did you see who the best was? No not one of the big 4 carriers (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile )
The Consumer Reports annual report on cell phones hits news stands today and the news isn’t good for AT&T, The Nations Fastest Network Period. Consumer Reports surveyed 58,000 cell phone users for their annual report on cell phones which hit news stands today. AT&T ranked the lowest out of all the carriers represented in the
Wow, Samsung is everywhere today. Galaxy Tab on T-Mobile, upcoming device release party at the beginning of November, and last but certainly not least…the Mesmerize. US Cellular, named one of Forbes Magazine’s 2010 “Most Trustworthy Companies”, has announced that the Mesmerize is now available at their retail locations. The Galaxy S phone has all of