AT&T has just announced that the Facebook-heavy HTC Status will be arriving this coming Sunday, July 17th. The Android 2.3.3-powered (Gingerbread) handset will run $49.99 with a two-year contract and will be
Plenty of questions come to mind when it comes to the various carriers and their Android endeavors. Some seem to get it right more often than not while others have
In a move that makes total sense to us, HTC has taken to Facebook to announce the social networking-heavy HTC Status for AT&T. Perhaps this is could be considered more
The Boy Genius Report is advising today that the “Facebook phone” HTC ChaCha will be getting a very Facebook-like (See what we did there?) name when it comes to AT&T.
We had hoped that LG and AT&T were going to give us a solid launch date or price for their new joint effort yesterday, but alas we are somewhat disappointed.
I think I may be hallucinating, or at least seeing double, as there is more news about another handset getting a promised upgrade on time, well, sort of on time. News is being reported that the Moto Atrix on the AT&T network is going to get it’s production build of gingerbread.
AT&T has announced a new pre-paid option for GoPhone customers today in the $50 Unlimited Talk, Text, & Web Plan. The bundle goes into effect on June 26th and includes unlimited
I for one am not a fan of the “Facebook Phone” concept, but it looks like HTC is set on it, as their ChaCha device just passed through the FCC. The AT&T version looks slightly different from the European version, but that’s expected.
AT&T and Samsung really want you to know how big and beautiful the screen is for the Infuse 4G. We can hardly blame them considering it’s 4.5-inches of pure Super
Juicy details regarding the next Nexus device have been released thanks to the guys at Boy Genius Report. The next-gen Nexus device will likely be called the “Nexus 4G”, and it will a monster of a phone.
The Singapore division for Samsung Mobile has accidentally outed the first high-resolution images of AT&T’s Galaxy Attain. The Ma Bell-branded version of the Galaxy S II doesn’t have a launch
AT&T and Samsung recently launched a new Android powered device which is known as the Infuse 4G, and it’s Samsung’s first ever 4G handset over at AT&T. It’s huge, good
AT&T announced their next Android handset this morning, the ultra-affordable Pantech Crossover. Running Android 2.2 and powered by a 600MHz processor, AT&T bills the phone as “perfect for first-time smartphone
Well with all the hype of 4G LTE, AT&T has jumped on the bandwagon and announced 5 cities that will be receiving this 4G LTE coverage during the summer, and
Pantech is one of the leading mobile phone companies in S.Korea, and they always announce some amazing devices but mostly in S.Korea. They are also offering some of their devices in the States via AT&T and Verizon, but all of them are just mid-range devices, and we are still waiting for Pantech to announce their superphones in USA, like the new Pantech Vega Racer.