If you want an HTC One M9 or a Galaxy S6 from Verizon, you can do so starting today! Both standard and Edge Samsung S6 versions are available for pre-order along with the M9. You can, of course, choose from several payment options.
Verizon is using its Edge payment plan which brings the monthly cost to $24.99 per month for Galaxy S6 and HTC M9. The S6 Edge is a bit more expensive at $29.16 a month. Contract prices are $199.99 for M9 and S6 and $299.99 for the Galaxy S6 Edge.
You can buy the device by just paying the full price which brings GS6 and HTC M9 to $600 and S6 Edge goes for $700. One M9 and Galaxy S6 and Edge go live on April 10th but they may begin shipping a day or two earlier.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available on the US market at the shocking price of $399 on contract at most carriers. If you want the Samsung device with the screened edge for extra (futuristic) space, you’re in for an expensive-ish treat.
Note Edge costs around $900 off contract and US carriers will be selling the device with a two-year contract which makes the device cost around $399.99.
The Edge device is very similar to Galaxy Note 4, and under the stylish hood you will find a 2.75 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It has a 16MP rear camera with a 3.7MP snapper in the front. It has a 2560 x 1440p resolution plus 160 pixels on the side. The side-display will display notifications, shortcuts and information while draining a bit of extra juice from the 3220 mAh battery.
AT&T is selling the device on-contract for $399.99, whereas the off-contract deal is for $945.99, just south to a grand.
T-Mobile sells the device for $36.25 a month which adds up to $870, even if you don’t get a contract to cut off some of those monthly payments.
Sprint’s two-year contract prices start at $429.99, and you can get it full price at $840, around $100 cheaper than AT&T. The two-year contract is $0 down with 24 payments of $35 each.
Verizon and US Cellular will be selling the device as well, but it does not show up on their websites, which means we have no official prices yet.
In case you haven’t found out yet, you can now buy your Galaxy Note 4 or Sony Xperia Z3v from Verizon stores at decent prices, at least on contract! In case you like big and powerful phones, Samsung and Sony’s flagships in the bigger phablet department will surely draw your attention and your money. Verizon is selling these two devices since October 23rd and you can buy them off-contract for $699 and $599 respectively.
Just in case your wallet is not abounding with cash, you can try the devices with a new contract for $299.99 in Galaxy Note 4’s case and for $199.99 in Sony Xperia Z3v’s case. Both devices are eligible for interest-free financing through the EDGE program.
Sony Xperia Z3v is part of the ever-increasing Xperia family and represents an improved Z2 design in reality. It has a full HD 5.2” display, a Snapdragon 801 processor with 3 GB of RAM and a decent battery with a thick body. It includes Qi wireless charging and a 20MP camera. The device comes with Android KitKat and microSD card support and can be bought in white or black.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the phone to have right now, as the device has some of the best specs on the market at the moment. It has a 5.7” AMOLED screen at QHD resolution – the best technology on a Samsung phone at the moment – with a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor and 3 GB of RAM. You will get 32 GB of storage plus a microSD slot and a bigger and better 16MP camera. The device comes with a stylus s-pen and a removable battery, but its best design feature is the aluminum frame and sides. The handset runs on Android KitKat at launch plus the Sense UI interface and Verizon is making it available in white and black.
2013’s Motorola Moto G LTE will reach AT&T stores starting October 10th. Even if the new Moto G is here, it only has 3G, and AT&T is not ok with it, which is why they are bringing back last year’s Motorola G with 4G LTE. The device is not that old yet, and it has a pretty decent price at $179.99 without a contract, which makes it cheaper than the Amazon offer.
Moto G 2013 has a 4.5” 720p LCD display and runs on a Snapdragon 400 processor with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage which allows a microSD up to 32 GB. It also sports a 5 MP primary sensor and a secondary 1.3MP snapper.
If the off-contract price is still too much for you, you can try the Next 18 plan for $7.50 per month or the Next 12 plan for $9 a month. If you’re looking for a phone on a bargain with a one-year contract, AT&T lowers the price at $79.99.
HTC One M8 is coming to Verizon in Amber Gold and Glamor Red starting June 5th, sources say. The HTC flagship is already known for its all-metal design and exquisite appearance, and now it will become even more beautiful, for Verison users at least. The device will be available in the cheeky red and attention-monger gold, of course.
Because Father’s Day is close, the device will be sold at $100 off on two-year contracts and it includes these colored variants as well. The devices will become available starting June 5th.
ZTE Concord II was announced today and it presents itself as an affordable Android device on an over-saturated market. The entry level smartphone will be available for Metro PCS and T Mobile and it becomes available today for T Mobile and next week for Metro PCS.
ZTE Concord II runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and has a 4 inch TFT LCD screen at 480 x 600 p resolution WVGA. It runs on a 1.2 GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of storage space. It supports microSD cards up to 32 GB and has a rear-facing 5 MP camera with LED flash and auto-focus. The device is powered by an 1820 mAh battery that offers around 6 hours of talk time.
The Concord is a durable and cheap phone that can resist falls from up to 2 meters. It does not have LTE connection though. The device is sold at $150 without contract and $0 on T Mobile contract.