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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.
Where the familiar comfort of a tactile keyboard meets the intuitive performance of touchscreen technology, you’ll find the BlackBerry Q10. This multitasking smartphone has all the tools you need to accomplish amazing things at work and enjoy engaging fun in your down time – all in a lighter, thinner, stronger package than you’ve ever seen on a BlackBerry.
In preparation for a Thanksgiving feast, we’ve cooked up some helpful ways to make sure your holiday is full of great memories and less stress. Simply follow these steps for success with apps for your tablet or smartphone (we recommend one powered by the multitasking all-in-one Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor).
Motorola’s newest addition, the Moto G, powered by an all-in-one Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor, is an exceptional entry-level smartphone packing high-end smartphone features while being exceptionally priced at just $179, unlocked and without contract.
Can a phone really take the place of a camera? Many a weekend snap-shooter would say no, the image quality just isn’t there, but the Nokia Lumia 1020 may change a few minds. Built around a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, the Lumia doesn’t miss a beat, even while capturing 41-megapixel still photos and high-definition video.
With almost 5 million views on YouTube, video of the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth is quickly spreading the word about the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 540-degree photobooth made entirely of 130 HTC One smartphones powered by Snapdragon processors. Wondering how the Snapdragon Booth makes images like these possible and how you can be a part of the action? We’ve got some behind-the-scenes details right here.
Android 4.4, also known as KitKat, is the most recent version of Google’s popular operating system and it’s already shipping in several new devices around the world. But what about the 900 million or so Android devices that have been sold to date? How do you know if your phone or tablet will get a sweet KitKat upgrade? Here's a guide to the major manufacturers and their KitKat roadmaps.
The twin titans of the Android input app world both announced big upgrades today. SwiftKey 4.3 has exited beta, consolidating what were previously two separate apps into a single application. Simultaneously, Swype 1.6, a new version of the app studded with new features, has been released. The enhancements to both are considerable, renewing the battle over which app is the best system for entering text into your Android device.
Smartphones tend to be delicate gadgets, not meant for the likes of the beach, the pool, or the mud run. You know, fun stuff. Recognizing that some users need a phone that’s a little tougher, Samsung engineered the GALAXY S4 Active—everything that’s great about the regular S4, but with added durability for the fun stuff.
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