When first smartphones hit the market, the old good flip phones fell into oblivion almost immediately. Such a design is a rarity nowadays. However, if you feel a bit nostalgic about flip phones, you will surely be glad to hear that Verizon has just expanded its lineup by the LG Exalt LTE. Although the device may be considered a basic phone by majority of users, it has one special feature that makes it stand out of the crowd, namely – 4G LTE support.
Buying a new phone is lots of fun, for the most part, anyway. Just imagine opening the box, taking your shining dream phone out and then having hours of pure joy of testing and experimenting. Even buying used or refurbished devices is a very pleasant experience. However, there’s one very important step you have to take before you can start using your phone – the handset must be activated or else you won’t be able to do a thing. This is how you can active your phone on Verizon.
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.
Although the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its Edged sibling are available on the market for something round five months now, they’re still one of the most highly desired Android phones praised for their premium look and high-end hardware. If you happen not to have it yet, you should know that right now Best Buy gives a pretty nice opportunity to get one of the phones and save $100. Despite not being the most lucrative deal ever, it might be the best offer we will see in the recent weeks on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
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.
Although Lenovo unveiled the Moto Z Force Droid Edition at the Lenovo’s Tech World conference, the manufacturer managed to keep some of the information concerning the device in secret. According to the latest announcement from Verizon the phone will soon join the carrier’s lineup as the company has already sent out invites to a special event on July 14th during which the Droid Edition’s pricing and availability details should be shared.
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.
We’re often looking for a capable phone for cheap that may serve as a replaceable handset or be a perfect gift for our children. Conscious of the high interest in budget devices Sprint announced a new Android-based extremely affordable phone to join their prepaid lineup. Starting today the LG K3 is available for purchase at both Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile websites for as little as $79.99.
LG may not launch as many smartphones per year as Samsung, but there’s certainly no shortage of LG-branded handsets. The company’s signature G-series of premium devices dates back to 2012 and each generation comes in several variants. There’s also the relatively new V lineup which also includes high-end and therefore pretty expensive phones. LG, however, takes care of all its customers so don’t worry if you can’t afford to pay a small fortune for a smartphone. If you’re looking for a more affordable device you can pick a member of the K family which includes five models – K4, K5, K7, K8 and K10. Starting today Verizon also offers the LG K8 V – its very own CDMA GSM variant of the K8.
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.
A year ago two-year contracts were the most popular form of getting a new smartphone. Not any more, though. T-Mobile was the first network to move away from lengthy agreements. It took other carriers a few years to do the same but finally, last year, Verizon removed contracts from its offer and AT&T will do so in a couple of days. At the moment Sprint is the only carrier that still offers two-year contracts but it’s just a matter of time until they disappear from this service provided as well.
One of the best things about agreements was that, thanks to subsidized prices, they allowed you to get a high-end phone at a pretty affordable cost or even for free. There are, however, a few interesting options to buy a new cheap phone now that long-term contracts are gone.
The first member of LG’s new V-series of high-end phones went official in early October. Last week AT&T and T-Mobile added the phone to their offer and now one more carrier is selling LG’s new premium device. If you are an existing Verizon customer or plan to jump on the Big Red bandwagon soon, you will be happy to know that the LG V10 for Verizon is now on sale online and in brick and mortar stores.
Last week HTC announced its latest addition to the One series – the A9 and promised that it will work on all US major carriers. At the moment, only AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint models are available for pre-order but it doesn’t mean that the company somehow forgot about Verizon customers. Not at all. They will just have to wait a little bit longer, since the HTC One A9 Verizon variant will hit the stores in December.
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.
Earlier this month we speculated of the Moto X Force to hit Verizon Wireless network as the Droid Turbo 2. Recently leaked materials confirm our earlier assumptions while bringing to the table new details of the upcoming handset. Said to be a true flagship smartphone in terms of specs, the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 would be available via Verizon stores in October.
Verizon is now selling HTC Desire 626 dedicated HTC One M9 fans who don’t have too much money to spend
When two weeks ago Verizon Wireless added the affordable HTC Desire 526 to its portfolio, we knew that it wouldn’t be the only Desire phone launched by the carrier this quarter. Sure enough, Verizon doesn’t waste words. As promised, the Big Red network is now selling the HTC Desire 626 dedicated to HTC One M9 fans who don’t have too much money to spend.
HTC Desire 526 for Verizon is now on sale priced at $89 without contract; HTC Desire 626 will be available soon
HTC has bold plans to introduce few mid-tier Desire smartphones to the States across every major carrier. It’s not a big surprise then that Verizon Wireless has just added two new Desire handsets to its list of offerings. The HTC Desire 526 is now on sale via the carrier’s store labeled with an affordable price tag of $89.99, the Desire 626 will be available in coming weeks. So, if you’re looking for a cheap Android smartphone with decent specs running on Verizon network, both phones should be on your radar.
Although it’s not unheard of, it rarely happens that a smartphone hits the stores at the same time it’s announced. We usually have to wait a few days or weeks. Sometimes, however, it takes much longer than a couple of weeks for a phone to go on sale. Take for example the Nokia Lumia 735. The handset debuted way back in September 2014 just before IFA but somehow it managed to avoid US carrier stores until now. After nine long months the Windows phone is at last available in the US via Verizon.
Yesterday we brought you info about T-Mobile’s sweet offer on LG G4 with free 128GB memory card, and today we are glad to announce that Verizon has already started accepting pre-orders on the LG’s recent flagship that also comes bundled with few extras. In case of the Big Red, the carrier added an extra battery, 32GB microSD card and charging cradle to every purchase of the phone. Additionally, all of you who make a quick decision to pre-order the device online on May 28 will get the phone before it hits the stores.