The 32GB Nexus 9 4G LTE tablet will be available in early December on the Underground for $0 down (and $24.99 for 24 months).
If the tablet was same cost as WiFi model and there wasn’t a $10/month access charge I would imagine everyone would want one. I wouldn’t want a data plan for my tablet. But my tablet rarely leaves the house, which has WiFi.
Source: T-Mobile Via: Droid-Life
The T-Mobile Nexus 6 is now on sale online and stores, 32GB model for $649.92, 64GB for $699.84. This phone has incredible specs, performs really well and the battery lasts good over a day of heavy use. If, per say, you are a camera person, then I would recommend a phone with a better camera. If you are a battery person than, as awesome as Nexus 6’s battery is, I would recommend a phone with a better battery. Great all around gadget. Good if you want the best Android experience.
Source: T-Mobile Via: TmoNews
Golden colour? I’ll definitely wait to see what this looks like if I do buy a Nexus 6.
Just wanted to let everyone know, that Google plans to release the “Sand” edition of this phone as well(it’s their version of gold). Just found out today from a Google rep. Anyone going to wait for this color? Personally, I’m just going for the white. But figured I would let everyone know here, since I didn’t see any word of it on the forums. No idea of when it’ll be announced or sold, yet.
Source: XDA Via: Reddit
“I’ve been holding out for this specific model because I wanted to have the larger screen size and better screen quality. This model has all the features of the Android version but the better operating system. With this version, I get better battery life, less errors and glitches from the OS, faster and better integration with my social media, and fantastic hands-free driving and texting options. The map system with fully indexed and searchable offline maps is over the top! No more worrying about signal or data while on the road since the entire state is downloaded to my phone and I can search and navigate even when I have zero signal. The processor has enough horsepower to last at least for the next three year’s worth of updates, and the audio, display, and even the built in TV remote come over from the android version. The built in 5MP front facing camera is perfect for selfies, and the rear camera is surprisingly good! Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise, it’s not the megapixel that counts, it’s the aperture size that matters and this thing brings it in spades.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. I must admit it is a very nice and cool looking device.
AT&T – $399 on a two-year contract or at no annual commitment for $945.99. $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $39.42 per month with AT&T Next 18 or $47.30 per month with AT&T Next 12.
Sprint – 429.99 with 2-yr service agreement. $0 down (plus tax) and 24 monthly payments of $35 (SRP: $840; excluding taxes; service plan required).
T-Mobile – cost $870 ($0 down and $36.25/month for 24 months).
The BlackBerry Classic is a business phone. Plain and simple. I’d love to get this phone as my second phone. I’ve been considering returning to blackberry and maybe this is just the phone to buy. Its got the keyboard and trackpad I love. The Classic will work on AT&T and T-Mobile networks.