There’s no question that we all love the great speeds that come from LTE technology. Verizon was the first carrier to launch a 4G LTE network in the US but AT&T has followed suit with their own LTE network.
Sony Ericsson may not be the top selling Android smartphone maker in the world but they are far from going under. There is a new rumored Android-based flagship that’s apparently going to make an appearance at CES 2012 next month in Las Vegas.
The device, codenamed LT28at, is believed to feature a 4.5-inch 720p Reality Display screen, 13-megapixel rear camera along with a 720p front-facing.
We just received word that AT&T in the US will be bringing the Samsung Galaxy Note, a gargantuan 5.3-inch Super AMOLED display boasting handset. From what we hear, the AT&T version will not be powered by the 1.4GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos chip used in the European and Asian versions but instead a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8660 processor.
The Big Red — Verizon has had the honor of being the first American carrier to launch the Samsung-built Galaxy Nexus. Owners of the blistering 4G LTE handset should enjoy the last few weeks of carrier exclusivity. According to two sources, the Galaxy Nexus will is going to hit AT&T in the latter part of February. It was also mentioned that Verizon would have 60 days of exclusivity..
A little over a week ago we reported that AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket smartphone may come in vanilla form. Today we’re one step closer to reality as the 4.5-inch slab has been added to Samsung’s website [here]. However we can’t guarantee that the product page will still be up by the time you read this article but we will link you to the website regardless..
Our neighbors down south on the AT&T network looks to be getting some 720p display goodness, in the form of the LG Nitro HD, a phone that features a 4.5-inch True HD IPS panel that does not have PenTile technology found in other high-end smartphones (example: Galaxy Nexus & Motorola Droid RAZR). Other features include
While we don’t typically cover too much carrier knows from our American neighbors, we do cover the important ones that we find our readers would love to read. So lets continue.
The guys over at PocketNow received an image of what appears to be another version of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. The device was first launched last month and hailed as one of two first LTE-enabled.
Many of us Canadians know or have heard of Black Friday in the U.S. if not already experienced the chaotic shopping experience. But I bet not everyone in Canada knows that on November 25, Walmart-owned Sam’s Club members can drop in and pick up one, two or all three of 2011′s leading smartphones for only $.96 cents USD on a 2-year contract. The Samsung Galaxy S II (on AT&T).
In one of our carrier news articles we have reported that the LG Optimus LTE smartphone will be coming to Bell late November. It now it looks like our American counterparts will be receiving a similar device that will be marketed under a different name for AT&T. A photo was revealed that shows a device that resembles Bell’s Optimus LTE. Aside from its AT&T and 4G LTE branding,.
AT&T sold more than 200,000 units of Apple’s latest iPhone 4S in the first 12 hours. The 4S was unveiled on Tuesday and many fans were not impressed by the unchanged design of the handset.
Wall Street analysts believe the hardware and software upgrades along with a well received voice-recognition system (Siri) will bring in some impressive sales numbers and AT&T figures is.