By now, you’ve surely heard more than your fair share of rumors surrounding the prospects of an Apple iPhone showing up among the fold at Verizon Wireless. Well, it’s time to add some more fodder to the trough, because an analyst has indicated that Big Red is “on track” to start selling the iPhone next March, a couple months past a CES unveiling predicted by WSJ.more →
A few hours ago images of what appeared to be the Verizon-bound version of the Apple iPhone 4 surfaced on the Internet. They looked like they could have been legitimate, complete with a slight redesign over the existing GSM model, but it seems that these were a fake all along.more →
Ever since the iPhone first launched with AT&T many moons ago, we wondered when and if Apple would ever come forward with a CDMA version of the device. The push seems to be getting closer, because two major wireless providers in India are reportedly “in talks” with Apple about the possibility.more →
Wait a minute. They still make Casio G’zOne phones? What is this? 2008? Believe it or not, these phones are still very much around and they even have a new version coming down the chute in the form of the Casio G’zOne Ravine with Verizon Wireless.more →
Does it look familiar? It should. From what I can gather, this is going to be very similar hardware to the HTC Desire Z and the T-Mobile G2. It has the same four-row QWERTY keyboard and a very similar looking touchscreen. Dubbed the HTC Suave, this phone appears to be lacking the Quick Keys we find on its stablemates.more →
From the Droid Incredible to the Droid X, the line of Google Android smartphones with Verizon has really put the carrier back on the map with some of the coolest smartphones on this side of the planet. This seems to be continuing with the pending release of the HTC Lexikon.more →
Loaded with a 1Ghz processor, Android 2.1 and skinned with TouchWiz – whether that’s a good thing or bad is up to you – Samsung is sending the Fascinate to Verizon Wireless. The Fascinate is Verizon’s specific brand of the Galaxy S, it will sell for $200 on-contract.more →
Support documents over at Verizon Wireless indicate an update for the Motorola Droid X smartphone is imminent. I don’t know if you are having problems with your Droid X, however this update is sure to clear up some small nuisances. You can expect the update sometime today, or tomorrow.more →
For a while there, we were told that a version of the Google Nexus One would be devised to work with the Verizon Wireless network. That made sense, since the two GSM versions of the Nexus One only worked with AT&T and T-Mobile. Well, as it turns out, Verizon isn’t getting a Nexus One after all.
That’s not to say that Verizon isn’t getting a snappy Android phone, however. In an official statement from Google, they said that they “won’t be selling a Nexus One with Verizon,” but they are encouraging customers to buy the Droid Incredible by HTC instead.more →
It may not be long before we see Google’s Android phone, dubbed the Nexus One, available on the Verizon Wireless network. If Google adds Verizon to the mix, you and I may get a competitive price – since T-Mobile will have to share their slice of the pie.
The rumor is that on March 23 the Nexus One will be availble to Verizon customers, making them the second U.S. wireless carrier to offer Google’s device. March 23 is coincidentally the first day of CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas, coincidence, or not?more →