U.S. Cellular to offer 4 Android powered devices in 2010
As for non-Android smartphones, the BlackBerry Bold will be available in mid-August (which Bold model was not disclosed) followed by a BlackBerry flip phone with a full QWERTY keyboard to be available later in the year. The touchscreen LG Banter Touch will also be launched later in 2010 featuring a 3 inch screen and a slide-out landscape QWERTY keyboard. Also on tap is a purple, square shaped Motorola messaging phone and a Samsung unit designed for easy texting with a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and a 2MP camera. Edward Perez, U.S. Cellular's VP for marketing and sales said, "We've always believed that our customers deserve a wide selection of phones that fit their individual needs," he said. "We hope our customers are as excited as we are about what we have coming up between now and the end of the year.
HTC Desire CDMA Preliminary Specifications
1. ajac09 posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:47 0
poor us Cellular they try thier best to play with the big boys but thier "4" will be eaten alive by the competition.
2. ace1122 posted on 25 Jun 2010, 14:33 0
I know i find it hard to believe they are even able to survive in an economy like this
3. jdk26 posted on 25 Jun 2010, 17:01 0
U.S. Cellular has nothing to worry about in this economy. The customer loyalty is unlike any other wireless carrier. We are the only carrier that isn't in debt either. There is no financial worries for U.S. Cellular nor will there be. As far as the HTC Desire goes, to make a correction by the author of this thread. The Desire will have a Super TFT Screen not an AMOLED screen. I was at the Andriod training last week so I know this for a fact.
5. elpuser posted on 26 Jun 2010, 04:51 0
I am a US Cellular customer, an I can't wait for their Android phones. And btw you just owned the two clowns on top. Good Job! USCC FTW!!!
6. pingpong posted on 27 Jun 2010, 17:08 0
They don't have US Cellular where I'm at but all the power to them for carrying high end Android devices. Don't see a reason why you have to be Verizon or ATT to carry high end data phones.
7. ajac09 posted on 27 Jun 2010, 20:33 0
When Us Cellular get s the evo then talk. Till then enjoy sprints left overs aka the acclaim. Us cellular gets the Samsung Galaxy s.. sprint gets it and the samsung Galaxy S pro... Us cellular gets the acclaim sprint has the moment and now the samsung intercept coming...us Cellular gets the Desire.. Sprint has the htc evo and the htc legend (coming soon). Lets not forget the lg and Motorola android phones coming as well as the iwndows phone 7 coming. So brag about your 4 but your late to the party as usual
8. jdk26 posted on 28 Jun 2010, 14:08 0
First of all the Samsung Acclaim was designed U.S. Cellular. Therefore your argument holds no merit. Do you really want to compare Sprint to U.S. Cellular? You want to see how U.S. Cellular kills Sprint each year in the annual surveys from J.D. and Associates for best reception/customer service? The only good thing about Sprint is Dan Hesse who has tuned a failing wireless company to a glimmer of hope. So while Sprint may have the Evo and the Galaxy Pro. We also have the Desire (which you mentioned I know) what you failed to mention is that no other wireless carrier at this time carries it. Which negates your argument about that device as well. Well put though......
9. wow (unregistered) posted on 26 Sep 2010, 16:27 0
Too bad sprints so called "4G" is slower then the T-Mobille's 3G.
4. elpuser posted on 26 Jun 2010, 04:49 0
by all four of the top U.S. carriers this year??? What?