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Samsung’s much anticipated Galaxy S III was revealed in London last week while RIM held BlackBerry World in Orlando. The HTC One X is also available in stores today and we both love it.
Companies need to differentiate with experiences and initial reactions are that Samsung did just that with the Galaxy S III and a focus on enhancing human-smartphone interactions.
I thought I would save some money and go with a MVNO plan, but after less than a month I am already on their black list with just about 2GB of data usage.
It seems that everyone sues each other in the wireless space and I know we are all tired of the lawsuits, but in some cases there are legitimate complaints to be discussed. We will see if this latest Nokia lawsuit is valid or if they are feeling the heat as their stock tumbles.
HTC is focusing on quality instead of quantity this year with the HTC One series their premier launch device line. The HTC One X is fantastic and I have never used a better HTC device.
RIM needs to do something soon and if we see them launch BB OS 10 this year with hardware similar to the Dev Alpha device then I think they are still in the game and may even take the third spot behind iOS and Android.
Kevin and I both have the Galaxy Nexus and are quite happy with this ICS smartphone and are pleased to see Google selling it again for just $399 with no contract.
Samsung is a force in the smartphone world and just ousted Nokia for the global cellphone lead, which Nokia has led since 1998.
The Nokia Lumia 900 seems to be getting all the attention, but HTC also launched their new Titan II and after using both I personally prefer the HTC Titan II.
HTC held an event last week to hold open and honest conversations with mobile enthusiasts from around the world. The discussions were engaging and extremely educational.
Google tried selling their first Nexus device online, but it didn’t do that well at $529. They are now trying again with the Galaxy Nexus at just $399 with no contract and an excellent ICS experience.
You cannot accept any incoming calls unless the Skype app is open and active on your phone, unlike the way Skype works on all other mobile platforms.
I continually say that you have to try a Windows Phone device to appreciate it and given the excellent sales of the Nokia Lumia 900 it looks like people are finally figuring out it is a great mobile OS.
T-Mobile is the first carrier to secure one of the new HTC One series devices with the One S. It is a beautiful device that will appeal to many consumers.
Both of us used the Nokia Lumia 900 for a couple of weeks and I had the HTC One X and One S international models too. I also made another purchase thanks to my cohost.
Lately, I have been using the HTC One X, One S, and Samsung Galaxy Note. These devices have fantastic hardware specifications and they overwhelmed me a bit so I was having second thoughts about my HTC Radar 4G and the Windows Phone platform. I then listened to Joshua Topolsky on The Vergecast and read a [...]
The HTC One X and One S are fantastic new smartphones and I can’t wait to see the US models released over the next couple of months.
Some Nokia Lumia 900 owner experienced connectivity issues so Nokia is taking drastic steps to resolve the issue, replace phones, and offer $100 AT&T credit to all Lumia 900 buyers.
My Nokia N8 stays in my collection for the fabulous camera and now I can grab it and my HDMI cable for a complete mobile Office experience.
The Nokia Lumia 900 goes on sale at AT&T this weekend and at a $100 price it will do well. Reviewers nearly all agree it is an excellent product with an average score of 8/10.