Unveiled last Wednesday, the Galaxy Note 8 was one of the most frequently rumored and speculated handset since the Note 7 failure. It was so widely covered in leaks that it hardly had any features we wouldn’t know of before the premiere, except the final pricing tag. Now since the Note 8 is open for pre-order the specific carrier’s pricing is finally no more a mystery. Wondering how much you will be charged for the phone at AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon? Or perhaps you opt for an unlocked Samsung model? Here’s everything you should know about the Samsung’s recent phablet flagship pricing.
Samsung announced Galaxy Note 8 with edge to edge display and best features an Android phone can offer today
Earlier today at its special Unpacked event in NYC Samsung finally took the wraps off of the new Galaxy Note 8. Even though many of us will consider it simply a bigger version of the Galaxy S8, the phablet comes with several surprisingly fresh features its users with fall in love with. Except for an impressive edge-to-edge display with stylus-enabled input, the device offers stunning camera and extremely powerful hardware.
Rumors speculating about release of a high-end Nokia phone have circulated the net for months. Today, HMD Global finally made the phone official. Called the Nokia 8, the handset runs Android platform and impresses us with simple, though simple design and surprisingly powerful hardware. All those features allow the device to compete with the most cutting-edge rivals including the Galaxy S8 and Pixel phones.
While some of us want to grab the latest Galaxy S or Galaxy Note devices, the others opt for a more durable companion. If you belong to the latter group and need a heavy duty smartphone made by Samsung, then AT&T may have something for you. Right now the carrier is selling the Galaxy S8 Active for less than $30 per month.
With Samsung sending invitations to the new Unpacked event we all impatiently await to see the successor to the Galaxy Note 7. To make the whole awaiting a bit more pleasant the South Korean tech giant releases two new smartphones. Being a considerably more affordable devices than the upcoming Galaxy Note 8, the unlocked Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J3 are scheduled to hit the US market tomorrow.
Introduced last year, the Moto Z line has just gained a new member. What makes the Z series stand out of crowd is the modular design compatible with cool MotoMods. Although Lenovo wasn’t the first to release a phone with modular functionality, unlike the LG which returned to more traditional design after LG G5 misfire, the company stayed loyal to the concept. Above that, Moto Z2 Force comes with a thinner body shell, shatterproof display and the Snapdragon 835 chip. Let’s take a closer look at this beast.
LG has just shared the news that they’re going to release a new member to the Q line. The LG Q8 is expected to debut at the end of this month. Despite the fact that the phone is a rebranded alternative to the last year’s V20 rather than a flagship model, it offers fairly solid specs.
Earlier this week, Samsung started to send out invitations to its next Unpacked event held like always in New York City. This time conference is scheduled to August 23rd. The news keeps in line with the South Korean tech giant’s announcement issued last week, in which the company revealed that they soon plan to took the wraps off of its newest phablet flagship.
Nokia may try to conquer the world of smartphones, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that the company forgot its roots. Today it released two new extremely affordable handsets. Manufactured by HMD Global, the company which owns right to the Nokia brand for phones and tablets, the new phones are said to be the Nokia cheapest offerings currently available in the market. Both the Nokia 105 and Nokia 130 are simple feature phones targeting at those who feel nostalgic about the traditional bar design and do not need Android operating system.
On the market for a capable though cheap smartphone? If so, then AT&T Prepaid may have something for you. Earlier today the carrier expanded its affordable lineup by the ZTE Blade Spark. Being a product targeting at extremely budget-conscious users, the phone offers a massive screen panel, decent optics represented by a 13MP camera and Android Nougat experience.
Although the BlackBerry KEYone is already available on the US market, you can buy only the unlocked version of the handset. For some of us it’s a bit irritating, since the SIM-lock-free device is compatible only with GSM carriers. In other words it doesn’t work with CDMA networks. Aware of the problem Sprint decided to move the things around. Today, the carrier added the BlackBerry KEYone to its lineup.
After years of its presence in the mobile market, the GoPhone name is going away. In the latest announcement AT&T has shared that it’s rebranding its pre-paid subsidiary service provider. The new brand debuts at the market under the name of AT&T Prepaid. Perhaps the name isn’t the most flashy, but we customers are interested more in the quality of services and pricing than in the catchy slogans, right?
LG announced a new series of smartphones whose biggest selling point is feature called „FullVision” display. The new line at the moment consists of three models including the Q6, Q6 Plus, and Q6α. All three devices are mid-range handsets with affordable pricing combining essential specs of the LG premium phones.
RED isn’t surely a company that pops into your mind when thinking about mobile industry. In fact considered a leading camera maker the company is identified with film industry, where it is very popular. However, this state of things may change soon, as the company has recently shared a news that they plan to release the very first smartphone offering holographic display. Except for innovative technology, the phone will also shock with extremely high pricing.
Budget-conscious customers just got another affordable offering whose purchase may be worth considering. This week Samsung took the wraps off of the Galaxy J5 Pro. The new handset is an update to the released earlier this year Galaxy J5. The 5.2-incher features is powered by an octa-core processor and comes with Android Nougat on the board.
Remember the Galaxy Note 7? If you’re a big fan of this ill-fated phablet, you will be surely glad to hear that the device has just got a second chance. Recently, Samsung has shared a news that it will start to sell refurbished models. Dubbed Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition the handset is scheduled to return to its home market of South Korea on July 7th. This happens after the last year’s worldwide affair including explosive units that leaded to withdrawal from the global market.
Those looking for an affordable smartphone on Cricket prepaid network, just got a new Samsung device to choose among. Dubbed the Galaxy Halo, the Android Nougat-based phone is a rebranded version of the Galaxy J7 Perx launched earlier this year at Sprint and its pre-paid brands. Right now the alternative version of the phone is available at Cricket Wireless with plans starting as low as $30.
We, smartphone users, all love our devices, however, we experience one small problem – battery life of our devices is too short. Conscious of how frustrating it is to find out that we don’t have enough power to make a call in a crucial moment, LG releases the X Charge. Being a solution to the low battery capacity issue, the phone provides massive battery and a package of mid-range specs at a low price. The newly announced handset is now available Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile network.
Last month Verizon Wireless announced that they will soon start to sell the Moto Z2 Play. Keeping the given word, today the carrier has officially expanded its lineup by the Moto Z2 Play. Labeled with a reasonable price tag the phone offers a package of decent mid-range specs and an attractive modular design.
Unlocked Nokia 6, Moto E and Alcatel Idol 5S are now on sale in the US with extra discount if you don’t mind ads on your lock screen
Amazon’s Prime Exclusive program is well known among the members for delivering freshly announced phones to the market at lower prices, but it happens rarely that we see phones debuting through the program. That state of things changes today as Amazon has just released the Alcatel Idol 5S. At this point the unannounced smartphone is available to Amazon customers. Along with the Idol 5S, the retailer launched two more phones: Nokia 6 and Moto E4. All three smartphones are sold unlocked and with significant discount, providing that you don’t mind ads on you lock screen.