Droid Daily 10/31/12: Flip Launcher, Samsung, US Cellular, AT&T, HTC Desire C, and More

October 31, 2012 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Flip Launcher flips into the Play Store

A cool new launcher just hit the Play Store and it’s unlike anything we’ve seen before. This launcher runs on top of your open apps. Google Play Store

Samsung Korea Corrects Nexus 10 64GB error

Yesterday we found a picture that showed a 64GB version of the Samsung built Nexus 10. It appears that less than 24 hours later, Samsung Korea has corrected the mistake.

US Cellular announces more 4G LTE markets

While US Cellular may not be getting the Nexus 4, it is getting more LTE coverage for those that need LTE. Today the carrier announced new markets as well as expansions for 4G LTE. More information

HTC Desire C headed to Cricket

The HTC Desire C, which is already released in other parts of the world, is now making it to regional carrier Cricket. It’ll be on sale for $179.99. Press Release

AT&T turns LTE on in even more Markets

Today LTE turned on LTE in a few new markets including Knoxville, Tulsa, and Ft. Myers. Although AT&T’s LTE network will not work with the Nexus 4, owners of the HTC One X, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and other LTE devices should enjoy the speed.

HTC One X+ Coming to TELUS soon?

The HTC One X+, the slightly upgraded One X, is due to hit TELUS and other carriers worldwide any day now. So far there’s no word on launch date or pricing, but you can expect the full price to be around $600.

Rogers 2600Mhz LTE available where 2100Mhz LTE is already available

Kind of confusing, but it appears that Rogers now has LTE on both the 2100 and 2600Mhz spectrums for Canadian neighbors. More Information

Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD drop to $129 and $179 on Amazon Wireless

Customers looking to head over to Verizon can now pick up the Droid Razr HD for $129, and the Droid Razr Maxx HD for $179 from Amazon Wireless. DROID RAZR HD (black)  RAZR HD (white)  RAZR MAXX HD

 LG Nexus 4 does not have Wireless Calling

Those on T-Mobile are pretty familiar with Wireless calling. But the LG Nexus 4 won’t have it. Despite being sold by T-Mobile. So if you need unlimited minutes for your LG Nexus 4, I suggest you check out our comparison of prepaid carriers from earlier today.