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Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro Coming to the U.S. in Mid-2020 via Verizon

Just days after releasing the Galaxy XCover Pro for European markets, Samsung has announced some news for American customers. The company mentioned over the weekend that the Galaxy XCover Pro will launch in the U.S. via Verizon Wireless. While Samsung hasn’t specified when the phone will arrive in the U.S., the company mentioned that it

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Verizon Predicts Sub-$600 5G Phones to Arrive This Year

While 5G is finally here, it’s not yet mainstream. This is also because 5G smartphones are incredibly expensive right now, with almost every 5G handset breaching the $1,000 barrier. However, Verizon claims that things will be different in 2020. The carrier predicts that the market will first see sub $800 phones with 5G tech on

5 Best Phones With Full Physical Qwerty Keyboard In 2020

There’s plenty of reasons you may want to get a phone with an actual physical Qwerty keyboard where you have to punch in the numbers. If you currently have a smartphone but want to downgrade to just the basics to clear some clutter from your life, or perhaps you know someone who could use a

Best 4G LTE-capable Android tablets available today stateside

If you’ve been following our website lately, chances are you’ve already purchased a tab, or ten. You’re only human after all and probably couldn’t resist the temptation of a stellar bargain, the best 7 inch+ gamers around, the endurance champions, or ultra-high-res media streamers. But there’s one market segment we haven’t tackled in a while.

Best refurbished Android smartphones available today

Not everyone can afford the newest, hottest, speediest gadgets on offer today. Especially when manufacturers put so much pressure on the everyday consumer to upgrade yearly, sometimes even more than once within 12 months. We say it’s okay to own yesteryear’s Android flagships, and going refurbished is often a wise choice if you can’t or

Best rugged Android smartphones money can buy

If you are looking for a rugged phone, you can toss around in the mud and go to battle within the trenches, then continue below for our list of best rugged smartphone available.  But if you don’t crawl around in the mud all day for a living, we would highly suggest the Cat S60 for

Best quick-charging Android smartphones money can buy

Charging your phone every single night after returning from work, school or a stroll around town in order to be able to start again the next morning without losing track of your Facebook friends, favorite Twitter feeds or Pinterests might well be the most annoying modern-day chore. It’s not only boring as can be, but

Top 9 Android Smartphones With Physical QWERTY Keyboards

Phones with QWERTY keyboards haven’t been super popular in years. These types of phones were more popular when the original Palm Pilots were around, as well as when BlackBerry was in its prime. Today, however, you don’t see them much anymore, except for maybe a few small cases. However, they’re still being made quite often,

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Verizon Brings 5G Home to Some Parts of Chicago, IL

Verizon’s 5G Home service offers a great way for the consumers to enjoy blazing-fast 5G speeds at their home using a carrier-branded router and a receiver. It is currently available in regions like Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. Well, Verizon has just announced the addition of Chicago, IL, to that list, taking the total

Pixel 4

Verizon and T-Mobile Pixel 4 Will Not Support RCS at Launch

RCS or Rich Communication Services is a technology that plans to serve as an alternative to conventional SMS. Google has been supporting this tech for a while now and has naturally included this with the new Pixel 4 as well. However, as per two separate reports coming out of Twitter, T-Mobile and Verizon will not