The device itself won’t be available for another couple of weeks or so, but Samsung has wasted no time in releasing the Linux kernel source (and other open-source bits and pieces) for the AT&T Galaxy Note. The AT&T Note (aka SGH-I717) sports a slightly different hardware setup to its international counterpart, the GT-N7000, hence the difference in behind-the-scenes code. As per the open source rules, the code is freely available for [Read More...]
Previously announced at CES, AT&T has now provided a launch date for the Samsung Galaxy Note. Customers who pre-order the Galaxy Note, starting February 5, at att.com/galaxynote will receive the device by February 17. For those who wish to purchase at retail stores, it will be available February 19.
As expected, the AT&T Galaxy Note will retail for $ 299 with a 2-year agreement and require a minimum monthly data package (starting [Read More...]
Samsung’s “Is it a phone or a tablet or both?” device is coming to the United States next month. Samsung has just [Read More...]
There’s no denying that the Sony Xperia S was one of our favorite Android phones at CES. The handset’s unique design certainly makes the phone stand out, but apparently Sony wasn’t ready to reveal all the handset’s secrets at this month’s trade show. According to a recent post on the company’s Facebook page, the Xperia S features an “anti-stain shell,” something we’ve already seen on the recently released Droid RAZR from [Read More...]
We’ve been in the habit of reporting so much about Android’s incredible sales that it’s sometimes jarring to hear when the green bot isn’t racing towards the top. On at [Read More...]
Looks like AT&T is wasting no time bringing its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note to market. If the latest rumors from BGR are to be believed, the carrier plans to launch Samsung’s 5.3-inch phone/tablet hybrid on Feb. 18 for $ 299.99 on-contract.
The blog also reports that two new, unannounced devices will be making their debut the very same day — the Samsung Rugby Smart and the AT&T Fusion. The [Read More...]
AT&T has announced some changes to their data plan pricing. Starting January 22, new plans that offer more data, albeit at a slightly higher cost, go into effect for both smartphones and tablets. The new plans are as follows:
AT&T Data Plus 300MB: $ 20 for 300MB AT&T Data Pro 3GB: $ 30 for 3GB AT&T Data Pro 5GB: $ 50 for 5GB, with mobile hotspot / tethering [Read More...]
Planning to get a new smartphone from AT&T soon? Maybe that shiny Galaxy Note. You might want to take a look at this, if so. AT&T is getting ready to roll out its new data plans starting January 22. These phone and tablet plans are not bad, as they have a bit of a higher data cap. They also cost $ 5 more, though. The deets:
Smartphone Plans AT&T Data Plus 300MB: [Read More...]
The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the most popular imported devices right now. There’s already a ton of hype surrounding the quasi-tablet in the US, and with an official release right around the corner, the noise is bound to get louder.
Through various leaks and FCC filings, we’ve come to learn that the Note should be coming to AT&T along with maybe Sprint. Just yesterday, the AT&T Galaxy Note was confirmed [Read More...]
Forgive us for not being too terribly excited about a render of the Samsung Galaxy Note with an AT&T logo on it. But the Galaxy Note, despite its huge-ass 5.3-inch screen size, has garnered a surprising amount of interest here in the States, and this one you see before you here has UCLA featured on Google Maps. Interesting. (Check out our full review if you’ve yet to get your hands [Read More...]