If you’re a fan of Star Wars and also happen to be a Verizon subscriber, then you’re in for a pretty awesome treat starting today. Verizon and Google have teamed up to give away Star Wars themed Google Cardboard VR headsets, but to Verizon customers only of course.
We don’t usually post about Android devices going on sale mainly because there are plenty of other sites out there that cover this sort of thing. However once in awhile there is a sale so good we just have to post about it and that happens to be the case today with LG’s G2 Android phone on Amazon going for $199 for a limited time. Did we mention this is the Verizon and AT&T’s off-contract price?
So over the past day the DroidLanding Twitter account became active once again and as of yesterday had been teasing an augmented reality game that is tied to this year’s promotion that the DroidLanding Twitter account is doing. The game, called D:Com, is on Google Play but isn’t available for download just yet. However a leaked version of the game is now available today.
The second day of GDC 2013 is starting and to kick things off Verizon has announced that they will be pre-loading a games portal style application onto future Android phones that are on the carrier. This games portal will be powered by their social mobile gaming hub and will apparently arrive on phones starting in Q3 2013.
Well what do we have here? A new Verizon ad for the Droid Razor MAXX HD phone has a neat little picture on it that you gamers out there may be interested in. Back in November of last year, we reported on the fact that Capcom was apparently working on bringing Lost Planet 2 to Android but in that article we were under the impression it would be coming to Tegra 3 devices first. Well it seems that it will be arriving on a Snapdragon based device first instead, that being the Droid Razor MAXX HD.
If you happen to be on Verizon or happen to be considering switching to them then you might want to consider a pretty awesome deal going on over at Amazon Wireless. As of right now you can pick up a snazzy new Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the huge price of $0.01.
Verizon unsurprisingly revealed the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE today. This phone is one of the newest devices to take advantage of Verizon’s LTE network, and will be available in a few weeks time. Verizon didn’t give a specific release date or a price for the Incredible 4G LTE. We’d imagine this phone won’t be sold for under $199 on a two-year contract.
Sprint’s version of the Galaxy Nexus is set to come out early next week, but Verizon’s model has been available for quite some time. If your contract is up and you’re on the fence about which carrier to go with, consider looking into getting Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus for $49.99 from Wirefly as well as Amazon Wireless.
Verizon has just announced the latest addition to the Droid family of phones called the Droid 4. This new member of the family will come packing a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of Ram and 16GB of internal storage. To make it even more enticing to get, it is also an LTE phone.
By now we are all used to the Xperia Play occasionally getting exclusive games. Sometimes they are temporary while others have been long one or even permanently exclusive for the Xperia Play. However, it really doesn’t get more exclusive than this when it comes to a new game for the Play called Pac-Man Kart Rally.