It’s not a secret that for some time on ZTE is putting all its efforts to gain a reputable position on the US mobile market. However, it’s the first time this China-based company is working with Verizon, which is the biggest service provider nationwide. The ZTE’s first Verizon-dedicated device – the ZTE Blade Vantage – is now available online and in carrier’s local stores. The best thing about this handset is that it offers LTE fast speeds for just $49.99.
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.
Earlier today Verizon shared a news that they’re expanding their lineup by another two phones. Although both freshly added smartphones, the LG K20 V and the Samsung Galaxy J7 V, target at prepaid subscribers, they’re also available for customers on postpaid plans. Priced at $168 and $240 the handsets may be also bought on Verizon Edge and paid off in monthly installments.
LG G6 arrives to US carriers as soon as tomorrow, compare which service provider offers the best deal
Announced a few weeks ago at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the LG G6 finally hits the US market. On March 30 the phone will become available nationwide through US biggest carriers. Verizon, Sprint and AT&T announced they will open pre-orders for the LG’s recent flagship as soon as tomorrow. Wondering which one to port to? Here’s a brief presentation of the hottest deals on the LG G6.
Heavy duty Duraforce Pro is now for sale at Verizon featuring Sapphire Shield display and upgraded 3GB RAM
Some of us value reliability over top-notch gadgets. If you belong to this group of customers and you’re looking for a durable smartphone, we have something that may interest you. Verizon Wireless has just expanded it lineup of rugged phones by another device – the Kyocera DuraForce Pro. Although the carrier isn’t the first one to offer this model, it’s the only one in the US to sell the phone equipped with Sapphire Shield and 3GB RAM.
Patience of those waiting for the LG V20’s US market debut has finally been rewarded, as the phone has just started to make its way to the US customers. The LG V20 is now available nationwide through carriers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular and other big electronics retailers, giving its potential buyers a wide range of purchase options. See which carrier offers best price on the new LG’s phablet.
Verizon has just added the LG V 20 and the LG Stylo 2V to its lineup, beating out T-Mobile in terms of pricing. But this is just the tip of the iceberg of surprises the carrier prepared for us. As along with the two LG-made phones Verizon introduced the Google’s Pixel, which makes it the very first carrier to sell this highly-anticipated device. Right now the phone is within your reach at the Big Red’s stores nationwide covered by a special trade-in program.
Pixel phones featuring Google Assistant are official as Verizon and Project Fi exclusive and are freaking expensive… really Google?
For many years, if you wanted pure Android experience, Google’s Nexus was the brand to choose. However, it’s changing today. October 4 2016 will go down in history as the day Nexus brand was discontinued. Don’t worry, though, as Google has something new for you which promises Android experience at its best. At an event in San Francisco, the company unveiled a new series of smartphones called Pixel, which as of now includes two models, the Pixel and Pixel XL. The phones powered by Google Assistant went official as Verizon and Project Fi exclusive and are freaking expensive… Really Google?
Verizon has just announced that is expanding its prepaid lineup by another affordable phone. Unveiled four months ago the Moto G4 Play isn’t definitely a new device, though it’s still worth your attention if you’re looking for a basic replace phone. Offering low-end specs the phone is now within your reach for $85 without contract, which is $65 cheaper than at Amazon.
Verizon has just added the HTC Desire 530 to their Android portfolio. Packed with decent hardware the phone offers smooth video viewing and streaming and high-quality 4G LTE connectivity for super low monthly rate. Interested customers may order the phone directly from the carrier’s official online store as of today, whereas the handset is scheduled to hit the in-store sales nationwide next Thursday.
Verizon Wireless announced the availability of the Moto Z Force Droid along with a bunch of modular “MotoMods” attachments. At the price of $720 you will get a phone with flagship specs, including sharp 5.5-inch display, the latest Snapdragon processor and solid, as for Moto’s standards, optics. The phone is already available for pre-order with shipping scheduled on July 28th.
The launch of any flagship smartphone is a pretty exciting event for every smart technology enthusiast, but some phones are more anticipated than others. That’s the case with the Moto Z Droid which went official last month at Lenovo Tech World event. The manufacturer kept the release date a secret, but luckily, this time we didn’t have to wait long. Exactly six weeks after the phone was introduced to the world, it’s ready to hit the market. Verizon just kicked off pre-orders for the Moto Z Droid, but it might be a good idea to explore other options as Best Buy has a better deal for you.
Samsung Galaxy J3 V 2016 landed at Verizon offering Android Marshmallow, 8MP Camera and 16GB storage
Verizon has just announced availability an upgraded version of the Samsung Galaxy J3, the Galaxy J3 V 2016 edition. The newest model offer users more storage, better cameras and the newest Android operating system. Scheduled to hit the Verizon’s local stores on June 23, the Galaxy J3 V is already available for pre-order via carrier’s website priced $168 without any contracts.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 was announced in November 2015 so it’s not exactly the newest kid on the block. The phone was unveiled in China but it was speculated that it would arrive to the US at some point and indeed it did. In mid-January the device was launched by Sprint and its subsidiaries, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, but its journey to the US market didn’t end there. The Galaxy J3 is now on sale also through AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
HTC 10 is now available for pre-order through Verizon, coming Unlocked next week, heading over to Sprint stores on May 13
Released two weeks ago the HTC 10 is now starting to launch around the globe reaching the States on May 5. Sprint and Verizon are the very first US carriers to add the HTC’s latest flagship to their lineup with the Big Red already putting the handset for pre-order. Both carriers will give you the choice of paying the phone off upright or sign up for an installment plan. What’s more, if you are a GSM network enthusiast, the HTC 10’s unlocked version is also expected to be within our reach next week.
Verizon Blackberry Priv is now on sale through carrier’s online store, coming to local dealers on March 11th
Verizon has just announced the Blackberry Priv to join their list of offering. The Big Red is the third carrier in the US to offer the very first Blackberry smartphone to work on Android OS. The phone is already available in the carrier’s online store, whereas on March 11 it will hit in-store sale. If you decide on buying the phone via Verizon, you may choose among installment plans or a full retail price of $720.
Proving that performance doesn’t have to cost a fortune when it comes to prepaid options, Verizon announced another affordable smartphone joining its simplified prepaid plans. Dubbed “LG Optimus Zone 3” the phone comes packed with decent specs including a pretty powerful quad-core processor and labeled with an extremely budget-friendly price tag of $69.99. If you’re in need for a cheap prepaid phone delivering a bit more than just basic communication option, the LG Optimus Zone 3 should get on your radar.
A couple of days ago Motorola and Verizon announced two new members of the Droid family of smartphones – the Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2, both dedicated exclusively Verizon Wireless network. The companies promised that it wouldn’t be long until users would be able to buy the phones and they kept their promise. The Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2 are now on sale via Verizon online store.
What first-time smartphone users find most disappointing about smartphones is probably poor battery life, at least compared to basic phones. As irritating as it may be, the sad truth is that in order to take advantage of all smart features smartphones need a lot of power. While many users accept the fact that they need to charge their phone more frequently than before and go on with their life as normal, many see it as a huge problem. Motorola and Verizon seem to have found a solution to this issue with the Droid MAXX series of phones which focuses on providing generous battery life. The latest addition to the family called Droid MAXX 2 just got official with Turbo charge and a hefty battery lasting 2 days.
The most fragile component of a smartphone, the one that is damaged most often, is the screen. Sure, you can dress your phone in some sort of protective bumper case, but if it hits the floor at an unfortunate angle, that bumper case probably won’t do any good anyway. Does it mean that you just have to come to terms with the fact that there is a great risk of shattering the screen to pieces? You could do that or you could get yourself the new Droid Turbo 2 phone featuring unbreakable screen. The phone was unveiled earlier today by Verizon and Motorola at an even in New York City.