T-Mobile’s finally priced and dated their LG Optimus T – the equivalent to Sprint’s LG Optimus S that we got our hands on not too long ago. According to their Facebook page, you’ll be able to grab the low-end Android up for $29.99 on November 3rd. (That’s $20 cheaper than the Sprint version.) And for $29.99 – if it’s anything like the Optimus S – you’re getting a very capable smartphone to start your Android career off with. It comes pre-installed with Android 2.2, a 3.2-megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, and a 600 MHz processor.
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more_vertVerizon launches 5GB plan
Verizon has a new individual plan to offer folks who don’t need to gorge on data. Aptly named $55 for 5GB, the plan is as you’d assume: it offers a 5GB bucket of data, plus all the Unlimited Talk and Text you can handle.
A patent filing reveals a different design that Google may have been working on for the 2nd-generation Chromecast which was officially launched in 2015.
Samsung has seemingly halted the Android 7.0 Nougat for owners of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge due to bug issues that were present in the new software.
A new leak claims to show off the front display panels for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus.
more_vertThe Oppo Find 9 has been leaked
New details for the Oppo Find 9 have been leaked and show a new bezel-less design, along with the fact that the device will be available in 2 different variants once launched.
more_vertLG G6 to get a heat pipe
LG is ticking all the boxes to make sure their phones don’t pose a safety hazard to anyone, because they can ill afford to make any mistakes.
The Pixel continues to be a smash hit as Verizon struggles to keep inventory stocked of the new device, and other carriers are seeing new activations in stores.