AT&T becomes the first carrier in the US to offer BlackBerry’s newly launched handsets running their re-designed BlackBerry 10 OS. Jeff Bradley, SVP at AT&T Mobility, says, “The new BlackBerry 10 platform is a fresh take on today’s smartphones with all the key features BlackBerry fanatics need, including a refreshed version of RIM’s unbeatable email
Samsung’s flagship device, Galaxy S3, was first released in the U.S. on June 21st only available on T-Mobile’s network. The Galaxy S3 was scheduled to be released on Sprint and AT&T but unfortunately was pushed back due to inventory problems. Now Sprint has just been added to the list of U.S. carriers to offer this
Hands on review of the new HTC One X for AT&T. This is the AT&T version so this is the Dual-Core not the international Quad-Core version. I personally think this phone is the best phone on the market (this statement is being made before the Samsung SIII).
This is AT&T’s entry level smartphone. It is running on their 4g network and is running some high end specs considering its low price tag.