HTC held their event last night, and the world was introduced to the HTC Desire EYE and the funky HTC RE camera. If you live in the states and are looking to pick one of the new gadgets up, you won’t have to wait long as both are headed to AT&T.
Flip Phones. It’s a design that just won’t go away, and while you don’t see many clamshell’s in the states a new one is one the way. The Samsung Rugby 4 is a rugged little handset, and it’s coming to AT&T this week on October 10th.
We saw several new smartwatches unveiled before or during IFA 2014, and only a couple of them are currently available to purchase. The Samsung Gear S isn’t one of those devices, but we’ve learned that it will arrive in the US this fall. If you’re itching to see one in action, you’ll be able to do so this Friday, but only at certain locations in the US. Guess who got another exclusive?
The LG G3 is an outstanding handset, but at 5.5-inches it’s a little large for some. If you want something a little smaller and cheaper, the LG G3 Vigor is a nice choice and it’s coming to AT&T on September 26th.
Earlier today, we told you about the Samsung Galaxy Alpha India launch, and the metal clad device is set to arrive in the US this week as well. If you’re looking to snag one at launch, hopefully you like AT&T…
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 have received a lot of acclaim since they released, and now we have some good news for those who want the LTE versions. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S LTE models are now available to pre-order from AT&T and we have further details ahead. The Galaxy […]
The Motorola Moto X (2014) was recently launched and is set to release later this month. We’ve been bringing readers plenty of news about this smartphone, and it’s likely to be a big hit following the success of the original Moto X. Now we have details of new Moto X pre-orders from September 16 for […]
The iPhone 6 is gearing up for pre-orders around the globe, and if you’re in the states you’ve got a choice between AT&T, Verizon or Apple at the moment. With that in mind, we’re going to take a quick look at each carrier and give you the lowdown on what to expect.
That didn’t take long. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has only been official for a few hours, and we’ve already learned that the Note 4 is headed to all four major US carriers with Sprint, T-Mob, AT&T and Big Red.
Normally around this time of year we’re talking about Samsung and Apple with a little bit of Motorola and Sony thrown in for good measure. That’s not the case this year. Motorola has big plans for IFA with the rumored release of around eight devices, and one of them has just gotten priced at AT&T.