In spite of several reports that said the contrary, you can, in fact, use LTE on the Google Nexus 4. We’ve shown you a video as a proof, and the thread on XDA-forums where the news first broke is full of people that managed to activate LTE on their Nexus 4.
Motorola is planning to start a soak test for the Atrix HD, one that may bring Jelly Bean early to a select few. The soak test reportedly will be pushed out in the coming days.
As you probably already know, the next few days are some of the busiest shopping days of the year. Luckily, if you’re looking to see what this year’s AT&T Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are offering, you don’t even need to step into a store.
While some seem to have learned their lesson and are extending a helping hand to the growing independent developer community, others are still stubbornly locking bootloaders and going out of their way to stop us from poking our noses into our phones’ internals.
Smartphone pricing is generally higher directly with the carriers so the news of a discounted handset with Amazon Wireless is not really a surprise. Nontheless, being able to get the LG Optimus G (for Sprint or AT&T) for $99.99 is still a nice deal and one worthy of mentioning.
The U.S. mobile market is a big one, with 321.7 million subscribers as of second quarter of 2012. That’s a 101% mobile penetration, which means the number of lines equals the population. But while the nation is serviced by four major carriers today, T-Mobile thinks the market is not big enough for four big carriers to service.
Seeing that the Samsung Galaxy Camera was announced for AT&T in early October, this means you’ve had more than a month to consider whether or not the Jelly Bean-powered camera is worth the investment. If you still have some doubts, you can now go the nearest AT&T stores to test the device in the real world.
Starting today, AT&T is bringing several changes to its international talk and text plans, introducing flat rate packages in several countries outside of the United States.
AT&T has launched their latest Android smartphone today, the device is the HTC One X+ which is priced at $199.99 and sporting features to include a 4.7-inch display, quad-core 1.7GHz processor and 64GB of internal storage.
The AT&T 4G LTE network is far from done, in fact, the carrier still has plans through 2014. But at the present time, it looks like the available coverage doubled in 2012. AT&T now has 4G LTE available for more than 150 million people across 103 markets.