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http://www.wirefly.com/plans/sprint/ - Wirefly reviews the HTC EVO Shift 4G. The EVO Shift 4G for the Sprint network combines all elements of high-end Android phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard and blazing 4G speeds.
The HTC DROID Incredible has been a popular phone for Verizon Wireless, and that tradition appears to be carried over into the new DROID Incredible 2. With a bigger display, more RAM, and uprated processor and a new version of HTC's Sense user interface, the DROID Incredible 2 packs a first-class user experience into a nicely engineered package. In this video, Wirefly's Bob Kovacs goes into...
T-Mobile has taken its popular myTouch line of phones and made them affordable. One example is the phone in this review: the myTouch by LG. Slim, lightweight and with a pretty AMOLED display, the myTouch has decent power while remaining easy to use.And we know we already said it, but the myTouch by LG doesn't cost very much, either.
In this video, Wirefly's Bob Kovacs takes a closer...
The Motorola DROID 2 Global is built for speed, with a 1.2 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM and Android 2.2. In addition, it has a nice slide-out keyboard and global operating capability.
The HTC Arrive is the first phone running the Windows Phone 7 operating system for Sprint. It's also the first Windows Phone 7 device that has the capability to perform copy-and-paste, which Wirefly's Bob Kovacs demonstrates in this video.
Verizon has a winner with its high-speed 4G LTE network and the company has been working hard to bring affordable devices to it's speedy network. The Samsung Stratosphere, based closely on the Samsung Epic 4G for Sprint, is the first affordable LTE phone with a physical slide-out keyboard. With a pretty 4-inch AMOLED display, an improved processor, one of the nicest keyboards on any phone and...
This is Part-2 of Wirefly's two-part review of the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide cell phone. In this video, Wirefly's Bob Kovacs takes a close look at the phone's camera, and takes several photos in various camera modes. He also shows video clips.