Here in the US, we have an established pricing system on newly released Android phones that generally denotes the level of hardware you can expect. For quite some time now, a handset that costs $199 with a two-year contract is a top end phone. Anything below that generally features last-gen internals, a downgraded display or ... Read More »
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Those in the market for a 4G tablet that won’t make a huge hole in your bank account can now rejoice. As Android fans, we respect manufacturers that offer quality Android products at a good price. Such is the case with Acer’s Iconia Tab A500. This tablet has already earned our respect and is now ... Read More »
The Xperia Play was one of the most acclaimed devices before its release. Everybody was dying to see what this “Playstation phone” was all about. The phone definitely didn’t get as much hype after its launch, but it’s still one of the most interesting devices out there. Especially if you’re one of those gaming ... Read More »
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Android could have not made it to 550,000 activations a day without the good ol’ low-end devices. In fact, most avid Android fans used a budget-friendly smartphone when getting their feet wet on the Android platform. Huawei is known for manufacturing affordable smartphones, and AT&T has a new one for you today.
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We’ve seen the HTC Holiday in the wild already, but it’s nice to see a second device get caught on camera. This time around the phone is a little less broken and looks a little different, since it does not feature the three connection pins on the two-toned back panel as we saw last time. ... Read More »
It must be mentioned that AT&T is not keeping satisfaction very high when it comes to their 4G network. Though this carrier has the largest 4G coverage out of the four major carriers, backhaul hasn’t been deployed in most markets. If AT&T’s HSPA+ network doesn’t convince you yet, the following network very well ... Read More »
AT&T has gotten quite a bit of bad press over the past month since their new HTC Inspire 4G doesn’t really support 4G speeds. As you may know, AT&T chose to launch the Inspire 4G without support for HSUPA out of the box, leading to upload speeds that barely make it over the 500 ... Read More »
LG Optimus 3D headed to AT&T as the Thrill 4G, some users may experience discomfort while watching 3D content
In an effort to beat Sprint and HTC to the punch, AT&T just announced the first glasses-free 3D phone for the United States. Named the LG Thrill 4G, this will be AT&T’s version of the LG Optimus 3D that we played with last month at Mobile World Congress.
Highlights of the LG Thrill 4G include ... Read More »
After several days of bad press, AT&T has finally issued an official response to the phantom 4G speeds that customers have been complaining about on the new Atrix 4G and Inspire 4G. AT&T customer Keith Geissler filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Texas and he received the following response…
AT&T recently began the big push to start promoting their 4G network and phones. Their company website boasts, “With 4G from AT&T, you can do more, see more, and enjoy more on what is already the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network.”
It sounds wonderful, but make sure you read the fine print.
Buried at the bottom ... Read More »