Samsung Galaxy Note 3 In Rose Gold Color Option Now Available For Verizon Users


Just to remind our OmegaDroid friends in the US about from our report last week, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in an elegant rose gold color scheme is now available exclusively from Verizon for $249.99 on a 24-month contract, and $649.99 if you want to pay for it in full cash.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in Rose Gold color is basically a white Note 3 with gold strips, successfully making the already good looking device look more … Continue reading

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LG G Pad 8.3 With LTE For Verizon Passes Through FCC


The LG G Pad 8.3 has been one of the more popular tablets produced in 2013 with it’s unique LG specific feature found in the G2 like KnockOn, Q Slide, and Q Pair. And it seems like an LTE variant of the popular tablet will be heading to Verizon soon as we have spotted the device go through FCC yesterday.

We’re not sure if the LTE variant of the device will sport the exact same specs as … Continue reading

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Verizon Galaxy Note 3 In Rose Gold Color Coming Next Week




It’s no surprise to see manufacturers follow-up their flagship devices with a new color option as a marketing move, and now the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which by the way has already been made available in six total color options, and now Verizon will exclusively sell the Galaxy Note 3 device in a beautiful Rose Gold color option.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in Rose Gold color is basically a white Note 3 with gold strips, … Continue reading

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US Carriers To Unlock Customers’ Phones After Pressure From FCC


FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has sent a message to US carriers US carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Verizon that he would pursue regulation if they didn’t comply with the terms to unlock their customers cellphones ‘once their contracts have been paid off.’  The carriers also have to notify customers once their devices are eligible to be unlocked, or automatically unlock devices remotely, for free, according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

CTIA wireless association has confirmed that … Continue reading

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