The Verizon Note Edge and the US Cellular Note Edge are the last two US carrier variants waiting to be launched. If you have been waiting for either of these devices, we have good news.
On the Verizon Side of things we have info that states the device (could) be ready on Monday November 24th for sale in corporate stores in limited quantity. Verizon sources have been stating that the company does not want to miss out on black Friday a day in which malls are packed. Our track record on Verizon leaks and news is easily our best source of news, so you can take this pretty much as it is going to happen. The Note Edge on Verizon will have a on contract price of 349.99 to 399.99 sources have been inconsistent on this. (Maybe Black Friday deals?) The full retail price of the phone will be the lowest of any carrier at $849.99 to $899.99 (Again same thing on this price as contract).
Also we have learned that verizon will only launch the Black Note Edge at this time but could offer white at a later date. This is on par with what we have seen with T-Mobile and Sprint as well. Currently only AT&T has the Note Edge in white.
While we don’t do much US Cellular coverage here the Note Edge is also slated to release for that carrier before Black Friday in Corporate stores only, This is coming via two tips from US Cellular employees that state the device will launch between the 24th of November and the 26th of November depending on inventory. (Not Confirmed as stated we don’t do much US Cellular coverage).
So there you have it, If our sources are as good as they have been (Moto X+1, Moto Luge, verizon models) We should see The Note Edge become available in some corporate stores as early as tomorrow.
Incipio Case Sony Xperia Z3v for Verizon: http://youtu.be/BJFLJxYdNdM
Here is your first look at the Bestbuy exclusive LG G3 in blue.
Awhile back we posted the screen film of a Motorola device called the moto s.
We saw the moto g, droid turbo, moto x, and now nexus 6, were still waiting on a few devices like the moto play aka droid turbo gsm version. Some have called this the moto maxx.
Now we know motorola is releasing another device very soon. Is this the moto s, or will it be the x play or another device entirely.
Stay tuned we are working on getting renders and maybe even hardware in hand before the official release.
The moto s is coming, just when……
Microsoft is set to release the first Microsoft Lumia branded device.
Sources state that Microsoft may also have a special appearance by another device as well but not an official launch. More like a teaser of what’s to come. 3 out of the 4 sources that sent us the info said it will have something to do with a Lumia 1020 replacement.
We are contacting other sources to try to confirm this as well. Don’t be shocked if Microsoft drops a few bombshells at this event. And if they do. We told you so.
Sony has been stepping up there display game in the last few handhelds released by the company.
Sony is reportedly already in testing with some Z4 xperia prototypes with a QHD Display.
There is variants in testing at the moment with two different processors. We know one to be the Snapdragon 805 but have no confirmation on the second.
Some other differences that can be expected on the next iteration of the Xperia line is a bigger display. Info we have received has been conflicting. With half the sources claiming a 5.5 inch display and the other half claiming a 5.3 inch display.
We also have received some credible info on a new Xperia Z Ultra variant.
Stay tuned as we will be posting more on this device as it becomes available to us.
According to sources a device that could be construed as the HTC One M8 max could be announced before Christmas.
This comes from reliable sources that have given us solid HTC material in the past.
Specs include a Snapdragon 805 5.5 inch display and according to sources could be HTC first QHD display on a handheld.
Sources say the project was pushed back with an HTC Wearable but that both could be launched this year.
Stay tuned as this is developing.
We will be posting renders from the supposed device shortly.