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The HTC One for T-Mobile is finally here!
The Android-powered smartphone is now availabe on T-Mobile's 4G network, ensuring lightning-fast surfing and sharing!
The HTC One's 4.7 inch HD touchscreen shows your videos and pictures more vibrant and clear than ever before. And sharing instantly with ...
The Sprint Vital is an awesome smartphone made by ZTE for Sprint's nationwide network. With Sprint's awesome unlimited plans, this Android smartphone is a dream come true on any budget. At Wirefly, the Sprint Vital is much less expensive than some of...
This Android smartphone is TOUGH! Available in blue and black, the Kyocera Torque for Sprint is a superpowered smartphone. Running on the Android 4.0 operating system, this phone doesn't just have the ability to endure crazy...
Are you ready for a new Windows Phone 8 smartphone with camera capabilities that beat your old point-and-shoot camera? The Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless snaps amazing HD videos and photos in low light, and takes Harry Potter...
Did you carry an original Moto Razr? These brightly colored, razor-thin flip phones were all the rage in the early '00s. In fact, this family of fashionable cell phones is still considered the best selling clam-shell cellphone in the world to-date...
Stylistically, Nokia designed the Lumia 928 to be super sleek and ultra-thin with sharp corners and flat sides - a wise improvement to its cousin the Lumia 920, which was a bit clunky and thick. And clearly Nokia also heard those naysayers who complained that the 920 was too heavy, because the 928 is ultra-lightweight. Under the hood, the Lumia 928 is quite similar to the 920. Both run on...
I have been using DROID RAZR MAXX HD by Motorola since November 2012 and just love it. In the spirit of full disclosure I am a DROID fan – I have owned an original DROID, a DROID X and most recently a DROID Bionic. The RAZR MAXX HD is the best by far with its Android 4.1...