Because the LG G5 is official and a release date is approaching possibly later this month, carriers and retailers want to unload existing inventory of last year’s model. T-Mobile is first to start dumping off the G4 as the 2015 flagship is now available for nearly half of its launch full retail price.
Even presidential candidates are weighing in on the reported problems T-Mobile is having with labor unions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont), who, while on the campaign trail has repeatedly decried corporate power and its influence on American politics, had this to say:
“T-Mobile’s repeated labor law violations and anti-union activities are particularly troubling given the long history of its parent company in Germany of respecting worker rights. In my view, we have got to make it easier, not harder, for workers at T-Mobile to form a union and collectively bargain for better wages and benefits.”
The team over at T-Mobile have put together a Samsung Galaxy S7 unboxing video with a difference, uploading the entertaining clip to YouTube this week.
Finally, Samsung has officially introduced the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to the world. Now millions of people are wondering when and where they can get Samsung’s new flagship. So carriers and retailers have moved quickly to share availability details in hope of converting buzz to sales. Everyone from the biggest carriers to retailers like Best Buy and Walmart plan to offer the phones to customers in-store and online next month.
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will be up for pre-order on February 23 before actually being sold starting March 11.
Hit the break for details.
Various products were launched by LG earlier today at the company’s MWC 2016 event. Announcements included the LG G5, LG Cam Plus and LG Hi-Fi Plus modules, LG 360 VR and LG 360 Cam, and Rolling Bot. So a lot of shiny new things are coming from LG later this year that you want to get your hands on. Although the company didn’t explicitly state pricing and release dates, carriers and retailers have already started saying when you should be able to buy any of the aforementioned devices.
Hit the break to see what carriers and retailers are saying about availability for LG’s new devices.
T-Mobile is joining rivals AT&T and Verizon as mobile carriers who are testing out 5G cellular technology this year.