Tag Archives: LTE

AT&T Announces Exclusive LTE-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wd_CA5dP-OM#! The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is a great tablet, and if you’d like to learn more about it, go ahead and read our review. However, a WiFi only tablet is limited in use. To remedy this problem some people might just have, AT&T has announced that they are going to be the exclusive… Read more

Motorola XT1058 Hits The FCC, Is This The Mystery XFON?

The FCC can often give away to a company’s deep, dark smartphone secrets and that may be especially true in the case of this new Motorola filing. Labeled “XT 1058,” the device is listed with having AT&T-compatible LTE bands, bluetooth 4.0, NFC and other various traits that have us believing this is a high-end smartphone. With the images of a… Read more

AT&T Launches LTE In 20 More Markets Around The US

AT&T is hot on the heels of Verizon, expanding their LTE network as fast as they can. And while it’s still not as big as Verizon’s, it’s getting really impressive in terms of coverage. Just today, AT&T has launched LTE in 20 markets across 13 states. That’s pretty impressive for a single day. Here is the full list of… Read more

AT&T To Begin Selling Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE April 5th

If you’ve been looking to buy a Kindle Fire HD 8.9, AT&T will soon begin selling them and even subsidizing them. Beginning April 5th, you’ll be able to walk in and buy the LTE tablet for $399, or $249 with a $150 subsidy. This of course means you’ll have to sign a two year contract, but for those who need a data enabled tablet, this is a great deal…. Read more

Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Does Support LTE

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S 4 two model debacle is not a repeat of last year. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S III came out with a quad core Exynos 4 processor in Europe without LTE, and a dual core Snapdragon S4 Plus in the US with LTE support. The reasoning was that the Exynos 4 integrated radios only had support for HSPA+ 21, so they couldn’t… Read more

T-Mobile Lights Up First Seven Cities With LTE

T-Mobile has finally done it: They have officially launched their LTE network. They may be the last of the big four carriers, but they’re going strong. Their plans to cover 100 million people by this summer and 200 million by the end of the year stands, and they’re not backing down. Here are the cities with fresh LTE: Baltimore Houston Kansas… Read more

LTE Version Of Chromebook Pixel Shipping April 8th

If you’ve been itching to buy yourself a premium Chromebook Pixel, but need it to always be usable, the best solution is to buy a data-enabled model. The LTE version of the Pixel finally has a solid release date, and that’s April 8th. Remember, this model has double the memory (a 64GB SSD) and Verizon LTE built in. You even get 100MB free per month for… Read more