Samsung is working on a new full HD smartphone for AT&T. Blog of Mobile has uncovered a new User Agent Profile for a phone with the model number "SGH-I337" hiding on Samsung's website. The phone is headed to AT&T, and it could just be the carrier's version of the highly anticipated Galaxy S IV.
Pantech to share with everyone. They're usually known for their low priced cheapo phones but the new and improved Pantech Discover looks to shake them of that reputation. This device comes with a 4.8-inch HD screen and more than enough power under the hood to get the job done. All of that is just $49 from AT&T too. Read on for our full rundown on why this could be one of the best budget handsets on the market.
Verizon have agreed to sell off about $1.9 billion worth of network spectrum to their friendly foes at AT&T. The deal will see Verizon transfer 39 700MHz spectrums to AT&T, while gaining some AWS for themselves.
AT&T are holding their earnings and financial results calls today. As usual we are following along for anything interesting, while also watching Apple's stock, and today AT&T posted some decent numbers although they still raked in a net loss. According to the report AT&T posted $32.6 billion in revenue for Q4 of 2012.
AT&T and Alltel announced the plan to swap some more network spectrum in a deal that will net AT&T about 600,000 wireless customers and cost $780 million. AT&T is continuing their efforts to expand and increase their 4G LTE network and rollout, and this is just one of many steps they'll be taking in 2013.
AT&T is said to be looking towards Europe for a carrier acquisition. The reasoning here is that AT&T would be able to grow in ways that they cannot currently do in the US market. The move is clearly risky, but according to details coming from a recent WSJ report, it will allow AT&T to focus on a new market where they will be able to "upgrade technology and roll out more lucrative pricing strategies." Of course, all this is coming from people familiar with the matter.
AT&T originally released the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III back in December. Unfortunately, at that time the update was only available using Kies. And well, it looks like that has since changed and new reports are showing the update as now coming over-the-air. Simply put, if you have an AT&T Galaxy S III you can now get Jelly Bean without having to attach your handset to a PC.
AT&T has announced the latest update for the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro smartphone. And yes, this update is bringing Jelly Bean. In fact, the update will arrive as Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean along with baseband version I547UCBLL1 and build number JRO03L.I547UCBLL1. Perhaps more exciting here -- this update is available now and users can grab it over-the-air or using Kies.
Nexus 7. Well, for those who purchase the tablet and also agree to sign a two-year commitment with AT&T.
AT&T has announced the availability of the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet. And while this is far from the latest or greatest, it does come with a relatively nice price point. That being said, Lenovo originally unveiled the IdeaTab A2107 back in August 2012 during IFA. Given we already touched on the price, lets dive right in with the cost.