Forget about internal storage on your devices because everything is heading to the cloud. There are cloud storage services available on all major platforms and even more make up the third-party offerings. It seems that offering ample cloud storage for free or at a low cost is an easy way to secure customers. Amazon, which has its Cloud Drive service, announced two plans that could be very enticing.
If you’re a Sprint customer and coveting the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, than you’re in luck. They are bringing back FREE to wireless by including the phone in their Unlimited Plus plan. For $80 per month, you get Unlimited talk, text and data, International Value Roaming (Telefonica countries), and annual upgrades. You will also get the Galaxy S6 with 32 GB of storage for free after a $20/month credit for a 24 month lease. If the 64 GB variant is your fancy than it’s $85 per month or $90 per month for the 128 GB version.
With the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge going on sale nationwide on April 10, we’re seeing a bit of activity amongst the carriers regarding pre-orders. We have T-Mobile putting their S6/Edge variants available for pre-order starting tomorrow and like the uncarrier, so too will AT&T. However, unlike T-Mobile, AT&T will not be shipping devices tomorrow. Here’s how you can snag the device on AT&T.
It looks like a new version of Android 5.1 (LMY47I) is going out as Google posted factory images for both the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 yesterday. We don’t know what has been changed, but we expect it to be minor bug squashing, which is never a bad thing.
We also know that you guys don’t like waiting around for updates so flashing the image might be your best bet to get it now. There is no reason to be afraid of flashing. You don’t even have to lose your data if your bootloader is unlocked. We have the most complete and easy to follow instructions anywhere, so if you want to have the latest and greatest update up and running in less than a few minutes, make sure you follow this link.
source: Google Developers
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be in carrier stores starting April 10, but T-Mobile has something a little extra special for you.
Starting tomorrow at 7:00 am PDT, you will be able to order your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, and they will ship it out right away. This means that you will be able to get your hands on it well before the April 10 launch. Now if you’re a little nervous to order without touching it, you will be able to see live demo units in stores starting tomorrow.
Samsung sent out a presser this morning that finally reveals when you will be able to get your hands on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. As expected, both phones will be available nationwide starting April 10. This includes AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless.
You will be able to pre-order either phone starting tomorrow and live demo units will be available at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular stores as well as Samsung Experience Shops at select Best Buy stores.
The HTC One M9 will be in carrier stores on April 10, but it appears that HTC is changing things up this year by allowing customers to get their hands on one well before that date. HTC will already offer the unlocked version starting tonight at 12:01 am ET, but T-Mobile is doing something similar for those of you that would rather deal directly with the carrier.
If the HTC One M9 is going to be your next phone, than we have tremendous news for you. The phone will be widely available on April 10, but you can get your hands on one much sooner.
HTC will start selling the unlocked version starting tonight at midnight. The cost is $649, but they will also offer you 12 months of interest free financing. This should get the phone into your hands sometime next week, well before the April 10 carrier launch.