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First announced in late October, it’s now official—Nokia’s first Windows tablet, the Lumia 2520, powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 processor, is now offered through Verizon Wireless and AT&T last week.
With AT&T, you’ll get the largest 4G LTE network for high-speed Internet coverage almost anywhere and your phone choices are practically endless. To help you narrow down your holiday wish list, we’ve gathered the hottest AT&T smartphones with all-in-one Snapdragon processors that keep you connected at lightning-fast speeds and plugging-in less with incredible battery life.
The brand-new Moto X is the first smartphone to be developed in partnership by Google and Motorola. Together, they’ve jam packed the Moto X with the best features from each of their camps to create ground-breaking capabilities and powered the cutting-edge smartphone in large part with the multi-tasking, battery efficient Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor.
Earlier in March, the HTC One launched with three major US carriers, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon fans can now get their hands on this popular smartphone as HTC announced that has released a version of the HTC One with Verizon Wireless. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 600 processor, the HTC One for Verizon is designed to deliver the higher performance graphics, and lower power usage that make this smartphone a fan favorite on other national carriers.
When it comes to having the hottest Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ powered smartphone or tablet, two years can feel like a long time to wait before your carrier lets your upgrade to a new device with special discounted pricing. To help you get the phone you want, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon are changing their upgrade plans to shorten the amount of time you wait for your next smartphone.
Capitalizing on the success of its flagship smartphone, Samsung is releasing a more rugged spin-off of the GALAXY S4. Dubbed the “GALAXY S4 Active,” the new phone will meet the IP67 standard for durability, designed to allow it to handle conditions the majority of consumer electronics can’t. You’ll find this tough new device on sale at AT&T locations starting June 21, with presale starting today
AT&T is now following in the footsteps of Sprint and T-Mobile by creating a separate service for customers who are wary of signing up for a two-year mobile contract. Like Virgin Mobile and Ultra Mobile, AT&T’s Aio Wireless will offer relatively low-cost options without requiring a long-term commitment. This affordable, no-contract option is becoming increasingly appealing for both customers and carriers.
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