Stories you shouldn't have missed this week
For starters we had the HTC EVO 4G LTE launch date delayed, but it is only a matter of time until the smartphone lands on Sprint's shelves. Also, Verizon made headlines with its announcement to kill grandfathered all-you-can-eat data plans, so subscribers who are affected better start looking for alternatives that meet their data requirements. Speaking of Verizon, what is said to be the carrier's version of the Samsung Galaxy S III apparently showed up in benchmark tests and scored pretty well.
More information about these and other stories is available at the links below.
- Verizon version of Samsung Galaxy S III shows up on Nenamark Benchmark site
- Google reportedly expanding Nexus releases this fall
- Platform wars: Symbian losses turned mostly into Android gains, bada outgrows Windows Phone again
- HTC EVO 4G LTE launch date is being delayed due to shipments being stuck at customs
- HTC had shipped blocked phones with Apple patent work around; release coming?
- Verizon will give its customers time to plan before eliminating grandfathered unlimited data plans
- HTC says it purposefully made multitasking broken on the One X
- Samsung executive: 9 million pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S III