The Black Stealth HTC One model has been spotted online with both AT&T and Sprint, but neither carrier has it in stock for now.
Some AT&T Galaxy S4 units will apparently ship earlier than expected, on April 23 instead of April 30 or later.
While Sprint and T-Mobile have officially unveiled details about when the Galaxy S4 is arriving on their networks, Verizon and AT&T aren’t talking just yet. Luckily, an alleged internal document from RadioShack might shed a bit of light on AT&T’s plans.
In a press release, Samsung Mobile USA officially announced the list of network carriers and retailers the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available from.
AT&T has begun rolling out an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for owners of the budget-oriented LG Escape.
AT&T’s variant of the HTC One has begun shipping today, with a website reporting that one lucky customer could receive the device before its official launch.
Samsung USA has listed on its website Galaxy S4 models for local carriers including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular.
HTC’s manufacturing woes have been well documented, but recent reports indicate that the availability of the HTC One may finally be improving.
The AT&T HTC One slipped out of some AT&T locations this weekend, a full week before its official launch date. Less than 24 hours later, the bootloader has been unlocked and the device has been successfully rooted using existing methods.
A reportedly leaked Staples memo reveals Galaxy S4 launch dates for AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, and provides a pre-order date for Staples own Galaxy S4 pre-sales.