I didn’t expect to see this on Verizon and Sprint. If the Samsung Gear S can make regular calls, then I would buy it. I don’t see any use for all current smart watch other than the cool displays.
The Gear S will come to the U.S. this fall and will be available through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. More information to come soon!
The T-Mobile ZTE ZMAX will be available for $0 down and $10.50 a month for 24 months (full retail $252).
The HTC One M8 for Windows will be available for T-Mobile, all in time for the holidays. There was a reason MS chose HTC to take the lead with the new WP 8.1 update. The Windows Phone OS is totally different from iOS but since I run windows on both my computers it comes quit easy to use. Still a little learning curve but fairly easy to figure out.
The T-Mobile Kyocera Hydro Life would be a great phone if you just wanted something to use while working out without having to worry about dropping it or sweating on it. Would be a great “sometimes” phone for the beach/waterpark/etc. Worth a look as a second-string device.
Looks like a nice backup phone, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Avant is now on sale for $216 or $0 down followed by 24 payments of $9 each or $216.
The new T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 530 will be available later this year. The Lumia 521 has a dual core processor while the 530 has quad core and it’s clocked a bit higher. The 530 also has slightly better screen resolution and their GPU are almost the same (305 vs 302). Dedicated camera button and capacitive keys.