reports surfaced that Samsung and AT&T would be allowing one-time replacements for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, should a user have an issue where the water resistant capabilities weren't up to par. The details were from a random tipster, which had us questioning things, but after reaching out to Samsung ourselves we can now confirm this is indeed an option.
AT&T branding. We have yet to see an announcement from AT&T, however the handset has recently been spotted on the ZTE website. This time around the handset still has the AT&T logo.
AT&T and Samsung launched the Galaxy S 4 Active back in late-June. While the handset was never touted as a fully rugged device, it did arrive with some protection against water. Specifically the handset has an IP67 certification which means it should be able to withstand being submerged in up to 3 feet of water for 30 minutes time. The catch though, it seems the AT&T warranty didn't protect against water damage.
HTC and AT&T probably delivered some of that emotion to users of its HTC One VX when it rolled out a very significant update over the weekend.
FCC filing that details support for the necessary LTE bands. Basically, that is to say an HTC One mini has been spotted with support for HSPA+ and LTE with AT&T. That being said, this filing has simply added to the evidence which last arrived in image form.
Moto X smartphone is official, and coming soon. While we won't be able to get our hands on the new device until late August, we've learned everything and then some at Motorola's event today in NYC. Just like countless leaks suggested, this phone will be completely customizable with 16 different colors. Customers will be able to design their own phones, this will all be free, but sadly it's an AT&T exclusive.
Galaxy S III originally began back in December of last year. The initial rollout was by way of Kies and the OTA came available a month later. While that update brought the handset up to Android 4.1.1, it didn't include the Samsung Premium Suite portion of the update. Well, flash forward till the present day and there is finally word of when that will be available.
AT&T have been touting that lightning fast 4G LTE network lately, and this morning they've confirmed another 10 markets and locations are getting the green light for faster speeds. After initially launching their 4G LTE network expansion later than Verizon, they've been pretty busy upgrading their coverage, and today's no different. We have the full list below.
AT&T launched the Pantech Discover back in January. The handset dropped as a budget-friendly device and while the specs were more than acceptable for the $50 purchase price, there was the bit about Ice Cream Sandwich that was hard to overlook. With Android updates always uncertain, we couldn't help wondering when or if the Discover would get an update.