The not very elusive HTC Puccini is making a public appearance once again. As we saw a week ago, the HTC Puccini is a Honeycomb tablet headed to AT&T with LTE support. Today, we got one more piece of the puzzle, the tablet will be powered by Qualcomm’s MSM8660 Snapdragon dual-core CPU.
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It looks like HTC may be ready to pull a Samsung and release their high-end phones on as many U.S. carriers as possible. Sprint has the HTC EVO 3D, T-Mobile has the HTC Sensation 4G, and now it looks like AT&T will be getting a dual-core phone of their own, the HTC Lead. While it’s ... Read More »
One of AT&T’s biggest mistakes (when it comes to the Android platform) is not allowing its users to sideload apps onto their smartphones. Maybe for the “average consumer,” getting apps from a source other than the Android Market is not a very common habit, but it definitely has been upsetting many of us. Many of ... Read More »
Competition is rough in the mobile market nowadays. Manufacturers are all competing amongst each other, operating systems are fighting for the lead (though we all know which one is winning), and every carrier is trying to convince us that their 4G network is the best in some way. Sprint is the first, Verizon claims to ... Read More »
If you think 20 bucks is a lot of money to lose during one of those poker nights with your buddies, how would you feel about $6 billion? That’s how much AT&T could lose if it fails to acquire T-Mobile.
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Sprint has been openly against AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile since the very beginning. If this proposed acquisition goes through, that would make AT&T and Verizon the leaders of mobile telephony in the US, placing Sprint on a lower, more vulnerable position. Now that the merge is going through its process, and the FCC ... Read More »
Rumors about an AT&T version of the Nexus S have been spreading around since last January, before we even knew it was going to be white. Now that Sprint’s Nexus S 4G has been released, though, we have really been hoping for Google’s current flagship phone to come to more carriers ... Read More »
Thought that the HTC EVO 3D was going to take the stage this year? Well, LG might just be the one to bring a device that will be directly competing with Sprint’s highly anticipated EVO 3D. LG Electronics and Wikitude (Augmented Reality Pioneer) have just announced that the LG ... Read More »
Not to be left behind by the likes of Motorola and LG, HTC is jumping on the Honeycomb bandwagon with the likely-named HTC Puccini. The 10-inch tablet will support AT&T’s 4G LTE network, will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and it could launch between now and December — depending on how optimistic ... Read More »
Remember yesterday when we told you how to easily install third-party apps, even if your carrier doesn’t let you? Apparently, somebody at AT&T reads Android and Me. Because soon after that, AT&T revealed they’ll start to open up a bit and allow us to install apps from non-Market sources. That’s great ... Read More »