Comments: 0Saturday, July 7th 2012 - 12:25 CEST
Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T Smartphone - AT&T customers will be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy S3 (Model: Samsung SGH-i747) in the coming weeks with pre-orders in company-owned stores and online via the AT&T website. Only AT&T’s version of the Galaxy S3 4G LTE handset will be able to take advantage of the nation’s largest 4G network. With other US carriers, when you travel outside of their LTE coverage area, you’re on a much slower 3G network. "The addition of the Galaxy S3 to the portfolio of AT&T 4G LTE smartphones gives our customers another cutting-edge device to choose from," said Jeff Bradley, Senior Vice President, Smartphones at AT&T Mobility.
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Comments: 0Sunday, May 29th 2011 - 20:40 CEST
The first half of 2011, AT&T plans to feature a best-in-class portfolio of HSPA+ Smartphones; in the second half of the year, AT&T plans to also add LTE devices, including a leading collection of AT&T Smartphones, Tablets, Modems and Mobile hotspots. AT&T belongs to the market leaders when it comes to offering the most extensive line-up of AT&T 4G Smartphones and devices. AT&T plans to strengthen our portfolio with powerful 4G Smartphones and a new commitment to offer an leading portfolio of Android devices.” With over 100,000 Smartphone applications available in Android Software Market, AT&T customers can more easily shop for the latest apps for 4G Smartphones.
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Comments: 0Saturday, November 13th 2010 - 14:20 CET
AT&T, the U.S. leader in emerging devices, and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the number one mobile phone provider in the United States announced that AT&T plans to offer the new Samsung Galaxy Tab in time for the holiday season. Powered by the Google Android 2.2 software platform, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab touts a 7-inch enhanced TFT touch screen, 1Ghz Hummingbird application processor, support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Media Hub - Samsung’s own content service that offers an extensive library of acclaimed films and TV programming, Samsung Social Hub, dual cameras, and many additional features.
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Comments: 0Friday, June 13th 2008 - 17:24 CEST
AT&T announced it will be the exclusive U.S. provider of the new Apple iPhone 3G, details of which were outlined earlier this week at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. Under the terms of a new agreement with Apple, AT&T remains the exclusive U.S. carrier of the new 3G Apple iPhone, which will be available beginning July 11 2008 at a starting price of $199 with a 2 year contract. AT&T expects that iPhone 3G's attractive pricing and rich set of features including business e-mail and other applications, combined with the broadband speeds of AT&T’s 3G network, will spur significant subscriber and revenue growth - particularly in wireless data - and strengthen AT&T’s wireless leadership and long-term growth profile.
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Comments: 0Friday, June 6th 2008 - 23:02 CEST
AT&T announced the availability of the AT&T Mobile TV with FLO service. This powerful new mobile television service will provide around-the-clock access to some of today's most popular television programs - live and in color on the mobile phone. To ensure an unmatched mobile television experience for consumers, AT&T is introducing two new exclusive mobile phones: the Vu from LG Electronics and the Access from Samsung Mobile.
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Comments: 0Thursday, October 4th 2007 - 12:00 CEST
AT&T Inc. has announced that the AT&T Tilt, the most feature-packed smart device available in the United States, will debut exclusively through AT&T beginning Friday, Oct. 5. The AT&T Tilt is the first AT&T-enabled Windows Mobile 6 smart device and features an innovative slide-out QWERTY keypad design, a 3-megapixel camera, 3G data speeds from AT&T’s UMTS/HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect network and complete global connectivity. Designed by HTC, the AT&T Tilt features a 2.8-inch color screen that slides back to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard, then tilts up to position the screen perfectly for reading and creating e-mail, browsing online, using applications or just playing videos and games.
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