AT&T Fusion 5G lands on January 7 for just $220


We’re ready to kick off 2022 with some new phones, and CES 2022 could be the first event where we get a glimpse at the phones we’ll be using for the next year. To help kick off the new year on the right foot, AT&T has announced the AT&T Fusion 5G.

The phone sports a 6.82-inch HD+ display, making it perfect for sitting back and relaxing with some YouTube videos or catching up on a TV show or two. And since HBO Max is included for those subscribed to AT&T’s Unlimited Elite, plan, you’ll never miss a thing with the AT&T Fusion.

While we await the full spec-list, AT&T has shared some of the key features of the Fusion and what we can expect. Storage comes in at 64GB, which is a bit of a bummer, but is expected when you consider that the Fusion 5G is priced at just $220.

Additionally, the Fusion 5G packs a quad-camera setup on the back, headlined by a 48MP main camera. This gives you enough versatility to capture any shot that you could want, without feeling like you’re missing out. And with support for sub-6GHz 5G, you’ll be able to snap a picture and share it instantly and faster than ever.

In terms of security, the Fusion 5G sports a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, something that we still wish would be available on more smartphones. Finally, there’s even a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top, for those who still prefer wired headphones over Bluetooth ones.

As we stated before, the AT&T Fusion 5G is priced at $219.99, or $6.12 per month, depending on whether you want to pay for the phone outright or subsidize it through your plan. The phone will officially launch on January 7, and you won’t even need to trade-in your old phone if you want to enjoy the lowest price possible.

Update 1/4: This article was updated to correct information regarding the 5G connectivity of the Fusion 5G. The phone does not support mmWave, and only supports sub-6GHz 5G. 

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