Expansys USA dropped the unlocked price of the Sony Xperia E3 to $139.99. very good deal compared to other giants’ low end devices (apart from Moto). Only gripes are that 4GB is a tad too little for apps and the display is pretty mediocre. It’s support AT&T’s HSDPA networks.
I really like the Nexus 6. This phone has inadvertently made a great case for the new Moto X. If I want a Phablet I would wholeheartedly go for this Nexus 6. It looks amazing. Glad they made the camera awesome (f2.0). The Nexus 6 makes a bunch of trade-offs for usability; it feels much better in the hand thanks to rounded edges, it looks friendlier.
Google Play will start to accept pre-orders for the Nexus 6 on October 29. There is no seperate Verizon model, it’s only One model. Can I order from Play store on 29th and when it arrives I can switch Nano sim from my Verizon Moto X and it should work?
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is cheaper then the Note series, has the Samsung name, and is a huge screen option. The Mega 2 is more than enough for any task that can be realistically be asked of a smartphone.
The new iPad Air 2 is a good update for an almost perfect tablet for today’s standards. I would have liked to see is 2GB of RAM and better battery life. The new thinness is just a consequence of eliminating that air gap. Display will look better, touch will feel more precise, screen will be darker when off (blending with the frame on the space gray model) and you won’t hear that hollow sound when tapping the screen anymore.