Droid Daily 1/29/13: ZTE Blade C, Wind Mobile, Sony Xperia ZL, and More


ZTE Announces the Blade C

Today, ZTE announced yet another Jelly Bean device. This time it's the Blade C which is a 4-inch, Jelly Bean device with a $112 price tag? Wow, I know I'd buy it even though it's only a 4-inch display. But that pricing is unheard of.

GameStick Finalizes the Controller and Dock design

Well, based on feedback from their Kickstarter backers, GameStick has finalized their controller and dock design. I looks pretty easy to use, even better than the MOGA, but is it better than Project Shield?

WIND Mobile Changes their Monthly Plans

Once again, WIND mobile in Canada is changing their monthly plans. With their $20, $30 and $40 plans. They aren't official yet, but should be coming soon.

Sony Xperia ZL Coming to Bell

Well it looks like the Xperia Z's brother the ZL is making it's way to Bell in Canada. The Xperia ZL was announced at CES earlier this month, but is not water resistant or dust proof.

Score Mobile Gets Updated in the Play Store

Today, Score Mobile Rebrands to "theScore" and receives a major UI overhaul in it's latest update. It actually looks like it's semi "holo" themed now.

Republic Wireless Releases 'Wi-Fi+" App

Now in the Play Store, Republic Wireless' new Wi-Fi+ app which will help you get better service. This is following the OTA that came out for their Motorola Defy XT yesterday. It's available on the Play Store now.

NVIDIA Launches Official Hawken Live Wallpaper

Today NVIDIA launched the official Hawken Live Wallpaper to the Play Store, and it looks pretty awesome. Take a look at the image above. Grab it from the Play Store now.

US Cellular Offers $300 Mastercard

Looking to switch to US Cellular? If you open a new family plan with US Cellular, they will give you a $300 Mastercard. Now queue the Valentines' Day sales.


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