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AT&T has been on a roll lately and now, Lollipop has officially arrived for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Starting today, AT&T will begin pushing out an update to Android 5.0.1 (software version LRX22C.1337UCUGOC3) for the Galaxy S4 (SGH-i337).
HTC Product Manger Mo Versi revealed on Twitter today that AT&T has finally green lit Lollipop for the HTC One M8. We’re not sure what the hold up was, but we’re glad it’s finally here.
Heads up HTC One (M7) owners on AT&T. HTC Product Manager Mo Versi revealed today on Twitter that Android 5.0 Lollipop has officially been green lit by AT&T, but we have a feeling not everyone is going to be happy about the update.
Today is the day you can buy an HTC One M9. We’ve already asked which of the two big heavy hitters for 2015 you’re buying, and if you voted for HTC’s pride and joy then here’s where and how you can buy it.
Samsung has announced pre-sales for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will begin tomorrow, and you’re probably wondering how much money you’ll need in your pocket books for whichever model you’re after. We’ve taken the time to lay it all out for you.
After Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners on AT&T were treated to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop earlier today, it appears Galaxy Note 3 owners are also joining in on the fun. We’ve received reports of the Galaxy Note 3 also receiving Lollipop under build number LRX21V.N900AUCUEOC1
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners on AT&T are waking up to a very nice treat today. The company has announced that the upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop has started rolling out.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini might not be able to match the internal prowess of the bigger original it’s based on, but for $99 on contract it might become a very decent option among AT&T’s lineup. The device launches March 20th, the carrier has announced.
After we first proposed the idea that Samsung could be working on a Galaxy S6 Active, a new report is confirming some of the hardware on the device. The most notable being a huge 3,500mAh battery. Sign us up!
A mysterious Samsung device going by the model number SM-G890A was discovered in a user agent profile on Samsung Mobile. If we look at last year’s Samsung Galaxy S5 Active on AT&T (SM-G870A), the model number isn’t too far off at all.
Better late than never (but almost just as embarrassing), AT&T is now officially ready to push out Android 5.0.2 to the Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) nearly 4 months after it became available on the stock “Pure Edition.”
GoPhone users are in for a bit of a treat soon. AT&T has announced that they will be automatically upgrading your high speed data allotment by 50% starting February 20th if you are on the $45 or $60 plans.
Two great phones on two great carriers will be getting big upgrades today. First up is AT&T’s LG G3, which is now receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop. T-Mobile’s HTC One M8 is also receiving similar goods.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 on AT&T is receiving what is likely its last software update before Lollipop rolls out. The update, which brings the firmware up to Android 4.4.4 brings HD Voice and even more carrier bloatware along for the ride.
If you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Samsung Galaxy Alpha from AT&T soon you’ll want to get in on the company’s latest deal. You can get a $100 bill credit when buying either one of those smartphones through AT&T Next.