Droid Daily 1/22/13: Phones4U, Verizon, Tasker and More
With Tons of Android News coming out every hour is near impossible to write about it all but we want to make sure you don’t miss a thing! So everyday we offer a quick view of stories that did not make our front page top news and give you some extra reading, so you can get your Droid on!
Xiaomi MI-2 Coming to China Telecom
If you were looking to grab the Xiaomi MI-2 on China Telecom, well you have to wait a few more days. It’s been confirmed that it’ll be available on January 26th, for about $322. Not to bad for this device.
EE Launching Limited Edition 4G Plans
Today, EE announced that it was launching Limited Edition 4G plans which include budget £31 contract and 20GB ‘Super User’ plans. But hey where’s the unlimited?
Phones4U Launching their own MVNO in March?
Looks like Phones4U in the UK is planning on launching their own MVNO network which will use EE’s 3G network, and it’s supposedly going to launch in March? This should be interesting.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos Coming to India
Around here, most of us don’t know what dual-SIM phones are. But in many countries in Asia, they use dual-SIM devices all the time. And Samsung has the Galaxy Grand Duos to meet that need, well those will be available in India soon.
Tasker gets another update
In the new beta for Tasker which was released today, there is a huge UI revamp. And it’s very much needed. Tasker is an app to help you preserve battery life, so you don’t need to carry your charger around with you everywhere.
Verizon’s Q4 2012 Numbers are in
Things are looking good for Verizon in Q4 2012, they added a record-high 2.1 million subscribers last quarter. But somehow they still made a loss. How is that possible? Especially with them squeezing each and every penny out of you?