While the launch of the HTC One has been pushed, US customers will be happy to know that the ultrapixel camera module shortage will not affect the US release and is expected to be available from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint by the end of March.
Wondering which carrier has the best LTE service in the US? You may want to pay close attention to the latest report by mobile analytics firm RootMetrics, which has conducted 4G LTE performance tests in 77 markets.
Let’s face it, smartphones are expensive. Even with carrier subsidies, high-end handsets can easily set you back hundreds of dollars. If you want the best, without paying top dollar, AT&T is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for $.99.
One X owners have been relegated to Ice Cream Sandwich since purchasing the device, first available in April of last year. Jelly Bean was first released to the public about 3 months later, putting the HTC One X almost immediately behind. Ice Cream Sandwich is good, but Jelly Bean is great, and HTC One X owners are about to get a taste.
Sony’s Jelly Bean counter, which has been especially set up for Xperia T owners, has been serving satisfied customers all over the world for a month, except those in the US. Now, it’s Xperia TL’s turn to get the update.
Mozilla, AT&T ,and Ericsson are all teaming up to bring their WebRTC-based concept to MWC. The idea will allow users to make voice calls, access their contacts, and share files from a web browser linked to their mobile number.
The U.S. HTC One models have hit the FCC, with the Sprint version expected to be soon released, although availability dates for the device are not public yet.
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
AT&T customers planning on taking a trip across the pond may be interested to note that they will now have access to BSkyB’s 16,000 free UK WiFi hotspots. But there are a few conditions if you want to use the service.
AT&T is pushing out a new software package to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, one that includes a chipset security enhancement aka the antidote to the Exynos vulnerability issue.