Wirefly has released a nice unboxing video on the Samsung Galaxy SII for T-Mobile. Wirefly has been keeping up with these unboxing videos and its a great way for you to get a early look at what you get inside the box prior to making a purchase. Check it out at here.
Wirefly has released its Droid Bionic Unboxing Video. Wirefly has been been growing its loyal audience of online review and unboxing videos with YouTube views now totaling 10.5 million. Wirefly thinks this Droid Bionic should be a hit.
The HTC Arrive Windows Phone 7 will arrive at Wirefly on March 13th for pre-ordering. This operating system offers an elegant change of pace among cell phones, and Sprint now has its first device that uses Windows Phone 7: The HTC Arrive. Running a 1GHz processor and using a novel tilting display that slides to reveal a keyboard, the Arrive also sports the latest update to the Windows Phone 7 operating system. This means that it can do copy-and-paste, as well as all the close integration with Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, XBox and Outlook.
Wirefly has published a "Schmackdown" between the HTC Thunderbolt and the HTC EVO 4G. The Thunderbolt is essentially a souped-up version of the EVO.
But, if you're an EVO fan looking to switch to Verizon, now's the time.
According to several blogs, a Best Buy leak shows the launch date for the HTC Thunderbolt to be Feb. 14. The Thunderbolt is essentially the EVO running on Verizon's 4G-LTE network. In other words, it will be the fastest, baddest phone on the market with the Sprint EVO a close second.
That reign won't last long, however, as a slew of faster 4G phones are skedded to hit the market in the next few months.
As many of you know by now, it was the year of the cell phone at 2011 CES, with more than 10 hot, new phones announced.
None of them have specific release dates, yet, but some specs and features were provided on the majority of devices.
The phones generating the most buzz are coming from the Motorola camp with the DROID Bionic and Motorola Atrix 4G leading the way.
Wirefly has issued a lengthy video showcasing the new EVO Shift 4G. Available on YouTube in full 1080p HD, the video does a good job of going over the EVO Shift's hardware and software. It also shows the device next to the original EVO 4G and a Motorola DROID 2 for size comparisons, and displays the impressive results of a benchmark test.
The video doesn't offer much in the way of revelations considering the extensive leaks leading up to the Shift's announcement, however, but it never hurts to enjoy nearly 10 solid minutes of new phone porn.
Here's the review:
Wirefly.com is offering the Motorola DROID X for $49.99 to new Verizon Wireless customers.
That's $100 cheaper than LetsTalk, so jump on this deal while you can.
Wirefly is also offering up ridiculous pricing on several other DROID models:
The DROID 2 Global is also $49.99 for new and existing customers.
Wirefly has been operating online since at least 2003, though it does not offer a complete history about its inception. Since 2007 the company has been privately owned by Simplexity L.L.C., whose corporate headquarters are in Reston, Virginia. The "technology and operations center" is in Largo, Maryland.
White-phone lovers and gadget geeks will be pleased with what Wirefly is offering up these days.
You can now get white HTC Evo for a great price, as well as, two new color variations of the BlackBerry Torch. You can now get a white Torch or a cherry red Torch. The Torch is currently on sale for "Free" with a 2-year contract.