A recent leak obtained by the folks over at SprintFeed shows that Sprint will start carrying a white version of the Samsung Epic 4G Touch beginning January 8, 2012. The device specs will be the same as the black model aside from a new paint job. SprintFeed was also able to confirm that the white variant will be available at all Sprint locations and will not be exclusive to any specific retailer.
Some of you may have already forgotten about the other Verizon phone that is scheduled to launch tomorrow (no the world doesn’t revolve around the GNex), the alabaster DROID RAZR. In case you were debating between the two, our friends over at Droid Life have gotten a hold of some real life white RAZR photos and the thing looks pretty damn sexy if you ask me. I know we have already seen official press shots of the phone, but we have yet to see any good multi-angle photos as of yet.
Since the phone is sitting in Verizon stores as we speak, you know some decent images were just waiting to be circulated. So without further adieu…. I ask you to join us after the break for the rest of the photos. :-D
Samsung is really diggin’ those white phones! We recently saw the manufacturer announce a white version of the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile that should be available on December, 14th. Before that, on December, 4th, Sammy brought the white Galaxy S II Skyrocket to AT&T and now has plans to distribute the phone internationally.
Now the plan is to continue the white theme and lighten the color on the Galaxy S II LTE HD. As you can see in the picture above, the phone will be available in white and according to Samsung, should appeal more to women and the younger generation. All specs are to be the same as the original black version, just with a little color makeover.
[via Pocket Now]
If you thought the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II was already a sexy handset, just wait until it slips into something a little more comfortable. Alright, I’m not entirely sure where I was going with that, but you get the idea right? We’re a little excited because T-Mobile has made it official that it will be offering one of its major flagship devices in white with a confirmation for December 14th, just in time for the holidays. The device will be available for $230 bucks with a new 2 yr contract. Not a bad devices to spend a couple of years with if you ask me.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed yet by AT&T, a white version of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket should be landing soon at an AT&T retailer near you.
The recent addition to Samsung’s product page outs the white variant as a clearly marked AT&T device. The white GSII Skyrocket will presumably have the same specs as the black version; a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, LTE connectivity and much, much more that can be found in our initial hands on review.
If this looks like something you might be interested in, than I would hold out from buying another device as I imagine we will see an official announcement from AT&T rather soon. Besides, it’s only a wintery wonderland for a short while and what better time to announce a snowy white phone?
Verizon recently released the new and affordable, Samsung Stratosphere, a slide out QWERTY 4G device that has already been rooted and can be found for as little as $79 at Staples. If you missed it, we have already done an initial unboxing and full on review of the phone so be sure to check them out to get yourself up to speed. As far as reasonably priced 4G phones go, this has got to be one of the best options out there.
If you are someone who wants a budget friendly 4G device but still want to stand out in a crowd, you could head to Best Buy tomorrow and pick yourself up a new, white Samsung Stratosphere for $149 instead of the common blackish/grey version. This new color offering is exclusive to Best Buy so don’t think you will be able to go to Staples and pick it up for the sale price of half off. I know this sucks but I have got one even better for you.
The Stratosphere is one of the devices that Best Buy is giving away for free with a new 2 year contract on Black Friday, white included. So if you can hold out a few more days, hit up Best Buy as early as midnight on Thursday to score one of these great phones at an even greater price. Free.
You know white phones are getting popular when a phone’s title is “black,” but it is offered in white. The Optimus Black, which released on Telus back in July as the “Skype Edition,” will now have a white sibling. Other than the color, it is the exact same device, and no they will not call it the Optimus White. Speaking of that, maybe some day they will come out with an Optimus White and later release a black version.
Pricing will be the same; free for a 3-year contract or $399.99 off contract.
A couple of weeks ago we heard that the White EVO 3D would land at Radio Shack. The wait is over, because according to the above document, it will be available starting tomorrow September 9th.
We have no idea how long this will be an exclusive to the Shack, but we are happy that it’s finally available in the U.S.
Switching gears from high-end to low-end, the Kyocera Milano, which was just announced, will be available at Radio Shack tomorrow as well. Talk about opposites.
We have been hearing about the white Samsung Galaxy S II for a while now, and it’s finally time for Vodafone customers to get their hands on one. It’s now available on their website or retail stores.
If you are willing to sign a 2-year contract of £36 or more per month, it can be yours for free.
We expect to see it on O2 and Orange later this month. Let us know if you grab one.
Back in the old days, when the original HTC EVO 4G released for Sprint, Best Buy released a surprise in the form of a white variant of the venerable titan. The color did well, especially when it was released at other Sprint dealers, and it offered an alternative to the arguably masculine dark grey and black. Now it seems as though RadioShack is looking to emulate big blue, as they’ve announced a white version of the new HTC EVO 3D. Set to be released next month (September for those not keeping track), RadioShack’s white EVO 3D goes a step beyond the white EVO 4G in that the entire body is white, as opposed to merely the rear housing and battery door. The black bezel around the screen is still black, however. There’s no word as to how long it will remain exclusive to the Shack and no mention of price (expect the same $200, I would imagine), but these details tend to get ironed out as launch day approaches. So who’s looking to get one of these? Let us know in the comments and feel free to jump in after the break to see a larger image.