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Some smartphone manufacturers know how to make midrange devices that are actually worth your money, and the new Nubia 5S mini LTE from ZTE is one of them. It looks good and it’s affordable at $279 off-contract, and yet it’s surprisingly impressive under the hood.


If you’re an HTC One M8 owner on Verizon, it seems your Android 4.4.3 upgrade is going to take a great deal longer than originally anticipated. A GPS issue has led to delays in the software’s rollout, but HTC expects Verizon users to begin receiving it by mid-September.


Device Unlock, the new app that will allow T-Mobile customers to quickly and easily unlock their smartphones when their contract is up, is now available to download from Google Play. You probably won’t be able to use it just yet, however, because it seems it’s initially only compatible with just one handset.

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Now that unlocking your phone is legal in the United States, carriers have no choice but to let you use your device with other service providers as soon as your contract is up. T-Mobile is preparing to make it super simple for you to do that by pre-installing an unlocking app on your device that will remove its shackles as soon as it is eligible.

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T-Mobile has today announced that it’s teamed up with Samsung to exclusively launch a brand new, mid-range smartphone that won’t break the bank. The Galaxy Avant can be yours for $0 up front, followed by $9 per month for the next 24 months, or for $216 outright on a prepaid plan with no strings attached.

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