The much-anticipated Tizen-powered Gear S2 is finally here, and it’s on its way Verizon on November 6 and T-Mobile on November 15. Pre-orders, unfortunately, are only available through Verizon at this time, as T-Mobile doesn’t have a pre-order page up.
On October 27 in New York, Verizon and Motorola will be unveiling new DROID phones. The invite even says “DROIDs”, so you know for sure there will be multiples.
We’ve been hearing plenty of rumors about Motorola and Verizon’s flagship DROID phone for the 2015 holiday season, and some new details have surfaced that clarify just about everything you’ll need to know about the phone. Read more
We last told you about the Motorola Moto X (2nd gen) and how it wasn’t going to be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However, that may not be the case anymore.
Verizon has begun pushing a massive security update to the LG G4, reaching the size of a whopping 415MB. The carrier’s changelog only lists a bunch of security enhancements, but given the size, it’s hard to believe. Interestingly, AT&T began pushing an update to the LG G4 this morning of around the same size, but went into a lot more detail than Verizon’s changelog does.
If in fact these two updates are the same, and they probably are, LG G4 users on both carriers should be seeing some overall great improvements.
Anyone get the update on Verizon yet?
It was just this week that Sprint raised their price for its unlimited data plan. Perhaps Verizon is following Sprint’s lead. According to The Verge, Verizon is nearly doubling the monthly cost of their unlimited data plan moving forward.
US Cellular has announced a new set of data plans for customers that are designed to be a little more streamlined than their old offerings, all while still being cheaper than either AT&T or Verizon. The plans don’t go quite as far as Verizon’s newer plans in terms of being simpler, but they are cheaper, so that’s worth something. Read more
Right now, owners of the LG G3 on Verizon’s network are noticing a software update that raises the handset’s version to Android 5.1.1, build VS98535B. The update is sized at 353MB and Verizon has not yet detailed other items, if any, that are included.
Via: Droid Life
On Tuesday, Verizon confirmed that select Samsung phones will soon be able to take advantage of the company’s mobile payments service.
Verizon earlier announced that it would be exclusively carrying the Sony Xperia Z4v. And now, the carrier has updated the product announcement saying that it will no longer be going ahead with those plans.