Motorola & C-Spire seeks for 200 testers, Motorola Electrify could get a firmware upgrade in the near future

Motorola ELECTRIFY Motorola & C Spire seeks for 200 testers, Motorola Electrify could get a firmware upgrade in the near future

The high-end smartphone designed by Motorola for C-Spire, Electrify hinted to get a firmware upgrade possibly in the first quarter of 2012 if all goes well in testing. Motorola Mobility and US Cellular ( C-Spire) are recruiting 200 Electrify owners to test and provide feedback on future firmware updates.

If you own such an Android device and want to become a tester head over to Motorola Support Forums and register.



Could The Galaxy Nexus Come To US Cellular’s Future LTE Network?


Let’s say that US Cellular‘s lower-end smartphone offerings aren’t to your liking. Considering the carrier’s recently-shared plans for the start of its LTE network in early 2012, maybe you’re thinking about the possibilities for getting some top-tier hardware to really take advantage of LTE speeds. It turns out you might get exactly that, if today’s rumor plays-out. It’s hard from definitive proof, but a leaked LTE training screenshot from US Cellular has some people thinking the carrier could be landing Samsung‘s Galaxy Nexus. None of the 4G LTE  read more

U.S. Cellular announces the Samsung Repp along with a new phone and tablet trade-in program

Samsung Repp

U.S Cellular has been busy getting ready to release the latest device to their ever expanding Android line-up. Announcing today, the Samsung Repp – an Android 2.3 powered smartphone with a a 3.2-inch HVGA LCD touchcreen, 3 megapixel camera, an 800 MHz processor and 2GB of expandable up-to 32GB storage. If you’re looking to move into a starter Android the Samsung Repp is meant for you.

In addition to the announcement of the Samsung Repp, U.S Cellular also announced a new phone and tablet trade-in program for customers. You can trade-in your old device, even if it’s from a different carrier for a check up to $150. Until November 20th, activation fees for select devices are also waived. Check the U.S Cellular website for more deatils.

Source: U.S Cellular