Hang around these pages long enough and you’re bound to come across Pantech , the South Korean purveyor of everything from giant 1080p handsets down to… giant 720p handsets .
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Samsung buys 10 percent stake in rival phone maker Pantech
The results from the American Customer Satisfaction Index are in, and parroting a recent study by Consumer Reports , Verizon Wireless is named the front-runner with the most happy subscribers among the big four carriers. The survey takes a number of factors into account, such as call clarity, dropped calls, network coverage, data speeds, helpfulness of in-store staff, diversity of plans and the quality of the carrier’s websites. As the dust settled, Verizon notched a three-point gain to chart a score of 73 (out of 100), whereas ACSI’s previous front-runner , Sprint, held steady with a score of 71.
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Survey says Verizon is best at customer satisfaction… among the big four, anyway
Remember Yotaphone , the twin-display Android smartphone (color LCD in front, e-ink in back)? Today at CTIA in Las Vagas, Yota devices, the company behind the innovative handset, introduced Ruby, a sleek LTE hotspot with a small e-ink screen.
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Yota introduces Ruby LTE hotspot with e-ink display at CTIA 2013 (hands-on)
As was the case with another LG device recently, the Optimus F3 is making an appearance before going official.
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LG Optimus F3 leaks with 4-inch screen and Jelly Bean, allegedly headed to Sprint
CTIA 2013 seems to be dedicated to some of the lesser-known names in the US wireless industry, so it’s fit that Chinese manufacturer Coolpad should take advantage of the situation to steal the show. Indeed, we were able to take a look at the phone maker’s upcoming stateside model, the lower-end Quattro II 4G.
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Hands-on with the Coolpad Quattro II 4G and 8920
We’ve already spent some quality time with Nokia’s handsome Lumia 925 and while it’s no secret the company’s Windows Phone flagship is coming to the US courtesy of T-Mobile, we’d never actually seen the carrier-branded model — until now, that is.
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Nokia brings Lumia 925 for T-Mobile to CTIA 2013, we go hands-on
The future of Motorola’s smartphones are now falling into place, and we couldn’t be more excited. Following the FCC certification of the XT1058 for AT&T , a similar test report for the XT1056 has just crossed our desk. This time around, the smartphone carries certification for LTE Band 25, which puts it as a dead ringer for a Sprint device.
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Motorola XT1056 gains FCC credentials for Sprint
We haven’t heard about Mirasol for a while now, but Qualcomm’s reflective display tech showed up in a few proof-of-concepts on the SID Display Week floor .
Qualcomm demos next-gen 2,560 x 1,440 Mirasol display (hands-on video)