One of the main selling point of HTC Thunderbolt (when it was first announced) was supposed to be its ability to support Skype video calls. But now, as the device is too near to its release, Verizon has mentioned that Skype wouldn’t be ready in time for its launch.
Droid Life who have been speculated in the past for their ‘connections’ with Verizon has posted 12 pictures of what they say is the latest HTC Thunderbolt 4G flagship, a new smartphone that will allegedly be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week and which would be Verizon’s first 4G LTE phone.
Though the pretty lengthy heading above explains it all yet we will have to get down to some details to understand what exactly has happened over here. With the end of upcoming month of January the end of KIN will become a reality. This will affect all (the two to four out there) the KIN customers who will lose the ability to do anything over-the-air.
Best Buy Mobile seems to be acting super smart so as to lure its customers during the ongoing holiday season. Best Buy Mobile has smartly chosen a list of phones that they will be giving away for $0 everyday during the month of December with the 2 year contract accompanying it for the pre-decided charges. This seems to be the best way to get rid of old stock which isn’t getting sold out.
We have good news for FiOS subscribers of Verizon. New channels will be available as part of the subscription that are already running under Verizon FiOS since Verizon has recently signed a deal with Disney and ESPN. This content will be displayed across channels and even in different devices. To be precise, ESPN Goal Line will go live on the 9th for extreme HD and ultimate HD packaged subscribers. Though D.C. and Harrisburg PA won’t be able to enjoy these features. Get ready as your college games are about to go live now.
Well, we have a surprise for you here. We can easily tag the newly announced Motorola Droid Pro by Verizon as the first phone of the century which didn’t get leaked before its official announcement. And, I am super excited about this newly announced phone as it is actually different.
Coming out of the world of slider palm tops like everyone has been launching recently Motorola has gone to the extent of ignoring the slider for once and has come up with something which many would consider as a Blackberry lookalike – err, not really different I guess.