AT&T has changed up their pricing for their Xperia Play 4G package deal. If you happen to be in the market for an Xperia Play, this new deal which is with a new 2-year contract will net you an Xperia Play 4G device along with your choice of plan and smartphone service.
You can stop compulsively checking to see if the Ice Cream Sandwich update has arrived for your T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G. According to a moderator on the T-Mobile support forums, Android 4.0 won’t arrive for the Sensation 4G this month.
What could very well be a rather large screw up by someone over at Sprint, it appears that they will be getting a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE version which will sport a rather beefy 1.5GHz chip stuffed inside of it. This bit of news is courtesy of an ad that is (still) appearing on CNet’s website regarding a Nikon camera.
Another carrier has been added to this list of companies to offer the Xperia Play. AT&T has announced that it will be offering the Xperia Play in a ‘stealth blue’ color which will come complete with 4G access. However, this particular Xperia Play will be offered in an package deal.
A little birdy just flew by and whispered a little something in my ear regarding the Atrix 4G. If you are on AT&T and it is time to renew your contract or if you are thinking about jumping onto AT&T, now is a great time to do it. You can pick up a dual-core Atrix 4G for $99 now!
So you want to make your own control pad for Android gaming on your Samsung Epic 4G because you don’t want to wait until a Game Gripper or some other add-on to come along and support your phone. Well at least one person shares your feelings, and if you don’t use the keyboard on your Epic 4G you can do this yourself as well.