AT&T is set to carry the first of Samsung’s A Series of “premium feel” phones, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. The sleek-looking metal-bound smartphone is set to be available online and with AT&T retailers starting September 26.
It's pre-order week! Along with Motorola and that non-Android fruit company, Samsung is announcing the dates that its fans should be waiting for if they want a Galaxy Note 4. Although the S Pen phablet won't be available until October 17, pre-orders will be starting tomorrow, including major US carriers.
It feels that Samsung unveiled the slim Galaxy Tab S so long ago that this news almost came as a surprise. That said, most of the models floating around sport WiFi-only connectivity. AT&T will soon be giving LTE users a chance to buy either a 10.5-inch or an 8.4-inch Galaxy Tab S with pre-orders starting today.
AT&T customers can now opt for a more affordable version of the LG G3 flagship device. The new LG G3 Vigor, fresh from being launched by other US carriers as well, is a specced-down version of the G3 where the South Korean manufacturer is hoping to get a piece of the mid-range market.
Most of the wearables that are on the market today get their data connectivity from a paired smartphone. In some instances, having to pair your smartphone to the smartwatch and keep the smartphone with you can be a pain. One of those instances is when you are running or are very active.
Ending the chapter of HTC's Sense 6 rollout, AT&T has officially released a firmware update that will bring HTC's latest custom Android UI to last year's One Mini. With Android 4.4 already in its belt, this latest Sense update lets HTC's 2013 mini flagship stand head to head with the newer One mini 2, at least in terms of software features.
AT&T is finally rolling out a firmware update to last year's mini Samsung flagship. With the update from Android 4.2. to Android 4.4, the Galaxy S4 mini is joining its brethren from carriers like Verizon and US Cellular who have been enjoying the benefits of KitKat since June.
It's quite late into the game, at least compared to its other variants, but at least AT&T and Motorola have now picked up the slack. Android 4.4.4 is now rolling out to Moto X users under the carrier's coverage and it brings along with it some minor improvements to built-in apps on the smartphone.
We told you it was imminent. The recent internal leaks kinda pointed to this scenario, that AT&T would be launching the LG G Vista handset just a week after Verizon launched the same handset in its catalog. The LG G Vista boasts of a large 5.7-inch 1280x720 HD display, as well as current gen specs that could convince you to go big screen at a reasonable price range.