If you thought understanding how things work in the grand scheme of software updates was hard, here’s a piece of news that’s bound to puzzle you more than the existence of “Beliebers” – AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro is being upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Apple wants to add Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, Note 2, Tab 2 and S3 with Jelly Bean update in its patent lawsuit
As the legal system would have it, patent disputes can be more complicated than they initially look. While Apple has already won in its claim against Samsung in California, both companies have been filing contentions against each other with the court, mainly to include additional products they believe would help in their case. For Apple, additional devices would mean it can seek additional damages from Samsung.
November is the month for new device releases and AT&T has two new phones coming that might catch your eye. These two devices, the Samsung Rugby 3 and the Sonim XP5560 Bolt, are going to be released soon with a new feature, Enhanced Push-to-Talk.
Not everyone who needs a smartphone has the luxury of being able to baby it. Whether it’s because of their job or simple clumsiness, some people need a phone that is tougher than most smartphones, and that’s where the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro comes in. Check out our review to see if the Galaxy Rugby Pro is for you.
If you’ve had your eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro ever since it was announced for AT&T late last month, we hope there are still some greens left in your wallet, as the ruggedized smartphone will go on sale very shortly. Starting from October 21, you can purchase the Galaxy Rugby Pro on AT&T for $100 with a two-year contract.