Android App Ratings & Reviews

Search for lte android smartphone

news

Verizon Wireless To Debut LTE Android Smartphones at CES 2011

Verizon Wireless is already well known for boasting a strong lineup of Android smartphones, such as the Motorola Droid X, Motorola Droid 2 Global, and the HTC Droid Incredible. We already know Verizon has begun its roll out of its 4G LTE network, but so far, Android devices compatible with LTE have only surfaced in rumors. According to a defi...

Read more
news

LG LTE Verizon Wireless Android Smartphone Image Surfaces

Verizon Wireless is expected to launch its LTE 4G wireless network by 2011 and it has already announced that several phones will be available featuring LTE in the first half of 2011. Today, Engadget received an image from a trusted source claiming it to be "future LG high end Android phone for Verizon." If you scrutinize the image above well ...

Read more
review

Clashot for Android, Take Pics and Get Paid!

Clashot for Android, Take Pics and Get Paid! If you're an Android user and your smartphone has a pretty good camera, just take a look at Clashot for Android, the app that gives you a chance to make money while taking pictures with your droid. You must be aware of the fact that tens of millions of  people are using Facebook, Instagram and Google+ everyday, to share their favorite snaps...

Read more
review

Inkifi – Instagram Printing App for Android

Inkifi – Instagram Printing App for Android Thanks to the new Android app from Inkifi, now available for download for free from the Google Play Store, you will now benefit from the Instagram Printing App from Inkifi directly on your Android running smartphone or tablet. Just click here, download and install the new Android version of the Inkifi app and start printing Instagram photos!...

Read more
news

How to Turn Your Android Smartphone Into a Microscope With The Microphone Lens

microphone lens I don't know about you, but I think that turning your Android running smartphone into a microscope is the coolest idea ever and now it can become reality, thanks to the Microphone Lens. I love to take macro pictures of insects and stuff, especially with a nice auto-focus camera (I always use my smartphone, I never owned a dedicated camera), ...

Read more
news

Nokia Still Working on the Mountain View Android Prototype

mountain view After the last week article from the New York Times, in which Nokia was revealed to be working on an Android device(the Mountain View project), as an alternative to their Microsoft running line of Lumia smartphones, now we just found out that Nokia didn't completely dropped the Android project, even if Microsoft's acquisition of their mobile busi...

Read more
news

Liquid S2, the first Smartphone Capable of Recording 4K Video Announced by Acer

liquid s2 The Acer Liquid S2 was announced officially today by the Taiwanese company and it will be presented at IFA 2013. This Android running smartphone stands out from the crowd with its 4k video recording capability, being the first device of this kind. The 4K means that the Liquid S2 is capable of recording video clips in a massive 3,840 pixels x...

Read more
news

Korean report: “Nexus 5” to be based on LG G2, to come in early October with Android 5

Google LG Nexus 4 Logo aa 1 1600It’s looking more and more likely that the next Nexus smartphone will be manufactured by LG. The latest report that supports this prediction emerged today on the Korean tech site Daum.If the report is accurate, the successor to the Nexus 4 is currently being developed based on the hardware platform of the LG G2, the follow up to the Optimus G.The...

Read more
news

AA Weekly: top Android news of the week, July 7, 2013

aa weekly July 7 This week, we’ve learned more details about the upcoming LG G2, Motorola teased the Moto X, the Galaxy S4 reached a sales milestone, HTC broke the hearts of One S users, and we got some interesting news about the Android 4.3. LG G2: tantalizing rumors LG is expected to stage a soft launch of its new flagship in mid-July, followed three weeks lat...

Read more
news

Samsung Galaxy S4 is the Most Loved Smartphone, According to Study

Samsung Galaxy S4 Today a new study revealed what I was suspecting for some time now, that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the apple of everyone's eye, while Apple's iPhone 5 received the most complaints from their customers. Ain't that ironic, somehow? I am not kidding either. There is actually science behind this study. While with statistics you can prove anything, li...

Read more
news

Why are smartphone companies losing their market value? An inside look at the smartphone industry.

Galaxy series sales If your stock portfolio is made up of big mobile technology companies, you’re probably feeling a little worried about the return on your investment recently. Over the past months we’ve seen lots of troubling financial data and weak stock performances from many of the big smartphone companies. The chart below shows the stock performance of a se...

Read more
news

Moto X set to feature a Dual LTE MIMO antenna, bringing faster data speeds for all

new motorola logo The Moto X has attracted a fair bit of attention in the past few days and it doesn’t look like the hype train will be stopped. The founder and former owner of Android and me, Taylor Wimberley, has already leaked some information about the Moto X and now he’s got some more information. According to Wimberley, the Moto X will have a Dual LTE Mul...

Read more
news

Former Nokia employee aims to create $1,300+ Android-powered ‘adventure smartphones’

Nokia HQ Think that $640 off-contract price for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is expensive? That’s peanuts, at least compared to the $1300 – $6500 that it will cost to bring home upcoming Android handsets from Adaia. If you are now scratching your head wondering who Adaia is, they are a brand new Finnish startup that is lead by a former Nokia employee, Hei...

Read more
news

The Android-killer that wasn’t? Tizen is “almost dead”, says industry insider

Tizen Logo genie Yesterday, news broke that Samsung would delay the release of the first smartphone running Tizen, a Linux-based operating system that the Korean company has been developing together with Intel and other partners. According to the Korean website iNews, the reason for the delay of the device, widely thought to bear the GT-I8800 code number, would be...

Read more
news

Report: LG G2 will be the first smartphone with 3GB of RAM, followed by the Note 3

SK Hynix RAM memory chip The LG G2, the successor to the Optimus G2, shapes up to be one beast of a phone. The new Snapdragon 800 version of the Galaxy S4 stole a bit of its limelight by being the world’s first LTE-Advanced device, but LG will still have one “first” to boast about – the world’s first phone with 3GB of RAM. The LG G2 is rumored to hit South Korea...

Read more
news

Nokia and Android, A Possible Love Story?

Nokia According to market analysts, Nokia should take a closer look to Android OS, if they want to survive in an increasingly competitive smartphone market, i.e. Nokia and Android equals love. This idea is not new, there were bets made about Nokia's success with Windows Phone OS (or, more, the lack of) starting with 2012 and people suggested Android a...

Read more
news

Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A in Korea, world's first smartphone to use LTE-Advanced network

samsung galaxy s4 lte aNo, the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A which was just announced by SK Telecoms in Korea is not another variant of the Galaxy S4. Well, at least when it comes to how it looks as well as any unusual feature. What distinguishes the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A from the original Galaxy S4 is the fact that it will be running on LTE Advanced Network. As such, it ear...

Read more
news

Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A in Korea, world’s first smartphone to use LTE-Advanced network

samsung galaxy s4 lte aNo, the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A which was just announced by SK Telecoms in Korea is not another variant of the Galaxy S4. Well, at least when it comes to how it looks as well as any unusual feature. What distinguishes the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A from the original Galaxy S4 is the fact that it will be running on LTE Advanced Network. As such, it ear...

Read more
news

Liquid-cooled smartphones from Samsung, HTC, and Apple coming later this year

Liquid cooling We told you about the world’s first liquid-cooled handset about a month ago when NEC introduced the Medias X-06E phone for NTT DoCoMo over in Japan. It basically uses a smartphone-centric heat pipe design that relies on cooling technology yet untapped even on today’s high-end models. How would you like to have this same cooling tech in...

Read more
news

AT&T Galaxy Note 8.0 LTE costs $399.99 on contract; $199.99 with Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Active or Galaxy Note 2 bundle

Galaxy Note 8.0AT&T on Monday announced that it will start selling the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Note 8.0 on June 21, offering pricing details in the process.Interestingly, the 8-inch tablet will be priced at $399.99, which is what the Wi-Fi-only version costs. But you will have to ink a new two-year deal with the carrier to take advantage of that price. T...

Read more
news

Samsung Will Release Super Fast LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4

LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4 The good people from Samsung are planning to hit us with yet another variant of their flagship Samsung Galaxy S4, namely the LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4. This new  version will come with better data transfer capabilities, as it will be twice as fast as the regular one. The announcement was made today by the head of Samsung Mobile J.K. Shin, and I'm ...

Read more
news

Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-Advanced coming to South Korea later this month

samsung galaxy s4 top side aaIt looks like the Samsung Galaxy S4 is getting yet another variant, this time the “Galaxy S4 LTE-Advanced”. According to J.K. Shin, the new LTE-Advanced model will arrive to South Korea as early as this month, falling in line with previous rumors.Speaking to Reuters, J.K. Shin declared Samsung will be “the first with the commercial launch of...

Read more
news

New Nexus 7 apparently has LTE support for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile

Asus Nexus 7The Asus K009, which has positively been identified as the GSM version of the new Nexus 7 thanks to a recent FCC filing, seems to come with 4G LTE support for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.We shouldn’t be surprised to hear that the second-gen Nexus 7 tablet would get LTE support, since there’s more and more 4G coverage available to U.S. and in...

Read more
news

AT&T reveals new GoPhone plans with LTE support

AT&T logo [aa] (3)Prepaid cell service has come a long way in the United States in the last few years. What was once near-taboo, is becoming increasingly commonplace, even for those with the credit to qualify for post-paid plans. That’s because prepaid is often cheaper, all while offering more flexibility. Not to mention that great devices like the Nexus 4 certai...

Read more
news

Samsung Galaxy S3 equipped with 4G LTE now available through Virgin Mobile

samsung galaxy s4 vs galaxy s3 s3 touchwiz aaA few weeks ago, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S3 would be arriving on two of Sprint’s two subsidiary networks, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, within the next month. Now, the LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy S3 is available on Virgin Mobile.The device will run you $399.99 outright, or you can use PayPal’s Bill Me Later service to pay...

Read more
news

Verizon Casio Commando 4G LTE press image apparently leaked

Verizon LogoA new rugged Android-powered handset is heading to Verizon soon, according to an apparently leaked press image of the smartphone.The picture below, provided by the well-known @evleaks, who has been the source of plenty of similar leaks in the past, shows the Casio Commando 4G LTE (also known as the G’zOne Commando 811), which should be launched b...

Read more
news

Sprint announces upcoming LG Optimus F3 availability, LTE for $29.99 on contract

lg optimus f3 sprint topSome people would prefer a smartphone without all the bells, whistles, and expense that come with some of the higher-end models. Sprint now has an answer for those folks:  the carrier announced today the upcoming availability of the LG Optimus F3, a $29.99 (after a 2-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate) phone compatible with the Now Network’s L...

Read more
news

Intel announces plans to pair Bay Trail SoCs with new XMM 7160 LTE chip

Intel-LogoToResizeIntel may not be one of the biggest players in the mobile world, but they are working hard to change this. Recently we reported on Intel’s acquisition of a GPS chip division that could play into their future mobile plans, but their mobile ambitions certainly don’t end there. Earlier today at Computex 2013, Intel officially revealed its ...

Read more
Page 1 of 2112345...1020...Last »