But as Sprint, Comcast and Charter plan to discuss various ways of coming together in a mutually advantageous manner for up to two months, the end result could be more elaborate than that aforementioned safe bet.
A minority equity investment in Sprint and even an outright acquisition are definitely possible (though the latter seems unlikely), and at least until the end of July, all talks with T-Mobile US or German parent company Deutsche Telekom are halted.
America’s fourth largest mobile network operator hasn’t exactly been thriving over the past few years, falling from third place in subscribers nationwide as T-Mobile carried out its spectacular “Un-carrier” revolution.
While beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, this may not be the premium, uncompromising look Galaxy S8 holdouts expected.
In collaboration with India’s 91mobiles, @OnLeaks provides the customary batch of extremely credible factory CAD-based renders, showcasing every side, angle and little visual feature of the Note 8.
It sometimes takes many months to go from fishy dummy unit “leaks” and blatantly fake “live image” reports to plausible renders of such a highly anticipated phone as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, but all of a sudden, the floodgates have opened and the secrets are now out.
Samsung knew that in making the Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro and is doing it again with the Notebook 9 Pro.
Customers can trade in “any working laptop at a participating Best Buy store” from now until July 15 and receive a $75 credit towards a Notebook 9 Pro and an in-store gift card valued at $75 or more.
After pushing them out onto the Computex stage, the two laptops with 15W Kaby Lake Intel Core i7 processors, 360-degree positionable 2K displays and aforementioned S Pen styli are on sale from Best Buy.
Haha, I can just imagine how media headlines will evolve as a result of this. “OnePlus is running a poll for front vs back fingerprint scanner placement” “OnePlus is considering a back fingerprint scanner for their next phone” “Next OnePlus likely to feature fingerprint scanner on back” “OnePlus lied and over hyped the convenience of having a fingerprint scanner on the front, backtracks”
When asked to persuade a customer to switch away from an iPhone 7 Plus, he responded:
How long will OnePlus last after it has “finished destroying your low price [unique selling point]?”
That said, will OnePlus make a phone and price it above $800?
A team from OnePlus, including co-founder Carl Pei, faced piercing questions from longtime followers who were disappointed with the lack of a promised Android Nougat update for the OnePlus 2.
We’ve compiled a quick rundown of answers gathered from about the first couple hundred posts on the thread.