AT&T is really coming out strong today with devices ready to use their brand new LTE network. We’ve already taken a look at the Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD, the Samsung Exhilarate and the Sony Xperia Ion, but there’s still two more AT&T LTE devices that we haven’t even had ... Read More »
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The Sony Xperia Ion, one of the most anticipated devices of CES, has just been detailed as a PlayStation Certified LTE phone set to grace AT&T sometime in Q2.
Launching with Android 2.3 Gingerbread in Q2 in the US, the Xperia Ion will stand with the best in the smartphone display category, boasting a 4.65-inch ... Read More »
AT&T must really have a thing for Samsung’s Galaxy devices, because the company has just made the Samsung Galaxy Note and its third Galaxy S II device (!) official.
We’ve been expecting the Galaxy Note to come to AT&T for quite some time now. The AT&T version of the Note does include four capacitive buttons ... Read More »
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When AT&T and LG teamed up to show off the LTE enabled LG Nitro in New York City earlier this week, it was discovered that AT&T’s network LTE was live and kicking. Download speeds on the Nitro weren’t as impressive as some of the LTE speeds we’ve seen before, but 7 Mbps down is impressive ... Read More »
The folks at Engadget have received an invitation to an “exclusive launch event” being put on by LG Mobile that will take place on December 1st. Though LG went to great lengths to hide any indication of the device in the image itself, they left the invitation image name as “LG Nitro.”
Though we don’t ... Read More »
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 »
The HTC Holiday is one of the most anticipated devices for AT&T customers (along with the Samsung Galaxy S II). It’s for no small reason, since this device will bring some solid high-end specs. A 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 4.5-inch display, Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and 1 GB of RAM are nothing to ... Read More »