In this day and age, one can more or less say that we do get pretty sensitive about how we spend every single penny – after all, money is not exactly all that easy to come by, and hence it makes perfect sense to actually hunt for the best deals out there. While there are plenty of trade-in programs available whenever you would want to enlist for an upgrade to a newer device, how many of those actually give you your money’s worth? T-Mobile has stepped forward and intends to beat all of the big carriers’ best trade-in values when it comes to used devices.
In other words, the Uncarrier intends to assist the everyday American wireless consumer to obtain the very best deal possible whenever it comes to the latest and greatest devices. I suppose it would require someone to actually make the relevant research by comparing what T-Mobile offers against those deals from AT&T, Sprint and Verizon to see if the Uncarrier is all that it is cracked up to be. Do you trade in your devices often? [Press Release]
Motorola has seen a fair amount of ups and downs over the years, and what you see above happens to be something that never really managed to see the light of day. In fact, there is a slew of prototypes that did not manage to appear on store shelves everywhere, including a RAZR-style flip phone that runs on Android, phones that make use of cork as a material, as well as early iterations of the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch.
Motorola has had a long and storied history when it comes to creative phone designs, ranging from the PEBL to the Aura, among others. Imagine a RAZR flip phone that carried a 20-key text keypad that runs on Android, now that would certainly be a strange sight in this day and age, wouldn’t you think so? Still, it is nice to see how technology has evolved over the years and things have gotten a whole lot more simple with a full touchscreen display getting all the work done.