Last modified on September 9th, 2013, Posted on September 9th, 2013
The T-Mobile Moto X is now on sale for $600 off-contract. It’s processor, though dual-core, is clocked faster than the Nexus 4’s, which already flies on stock Android. Smartphones just don’t need quad-cores yet. This phone will have significantly better real world performance than the majority of overly skinned android phones.
The T-Mobile LG Optimus F6 is now on sale for $49.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $10. For those thinking about the LG Optimus F6, note that it only has 4gig’s of internal storage. Unless it supports Apps2sd which is a big maybe that storage really kill your patients. The inability to install games and apps can be a pain in the ass and clearing app cache weekly is no fun.
T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 925 is now on sale for $50 with a 2 year re-payment plan at $20. The 925 is a bit lighter and has a removable battery and removable storage. It also can be upgrade to support wireless charging like the 928.
The T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z is now on sale with a $99.99 down payment and two-year contract ($20 per month). It is available from Sony for $569 unlocked, unbranded and clean. If I bought one, I’d get the carrier branded phone simply because you get support from the carrier and wifi calling on T-Mobile. If I bought it straight from sony I’d have to ship it to sony if I broke it or needed help with it.
Last modified on July 9th, 2013, Posted on July 9th, 2013
HTC One Google Play edition is now on sale for $599. I love almost everything in the HTC One, except for that horrible button layout. They should have stuck with on-screen buttons like Sony. It is an excellent phone, but they should have at least left the multitasking key. Isn´t Android supposed to be so good a multitasking?
Stock Android may be “crippled” for some, but in fact it is one of the most polished experiences out there, with a clean UI and free of carrier of OEM specific bloatware.
Last modified on July 9th, 2013, Posted on June 26th, 2013
The HTC One is most beauty and premium look, glad it finally has come to Google Play with Stock Android. I hope to see an even wider wave of stock android devices sweeping this world so that hopefully users can no longer be held back by the hashing of carriers.