Verizon, ATT Now Selling Smartphones that Support NextRadio


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NEW YORK—From the latest tagstation blog entry we learn that smartphones on other carrier networks (aside from Sprint) have the ability to run NextRadio. The new HTC One remix is exclusive to Verizon Wireless, while the HTC Desire 610 is available on AT&T. Much like the HTC One M8 that came out in May, these phones have their internal FM chips activated and the software necessary to run NextRadio. Their users may download the app from the Google Play Store.

Also, two new FM-enabled smartphones have come to market, preloaded with NextRadio, over the last couple of weeks: the new LG G3 and the new Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport, both of which are available in Sprint stores and online.

Here’s a list of all of all devices that support the NextRadio app.



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