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Sprint launched the LG G3 Vigor smartphone last Friday, while AT&T wasn’t too far behind either as the carrier immediately mentioned that it will be offering the smartphone as well. Today the carrier has confirmed that the G3 Vigor will be launching on the 26th of September, this coming Friday. AT&T will also launch the Samsung Galaxy Alpha on the same day, so customers will have multiple new options to choose from. The device will set you back by $334.99 off contract or $13.96 through the carrier’s Next18 plan...

Samsung’s first Android smartphone with a metal chassis and a premium design, the Galaxy Alpha, will make its way to AT&T’s shelves this Friday. Starting Sep. 26, the country’s second largest carrier will start selling the smartphone through its retail outlets with a price tag of $199.99 on contract. But if you’re not looking to sign a two year agreement, the handset can be had for $612.99. Under the carrier’s Next18 plan, the smartphone will cost $25.55 per month, while the Next12 plan will set you...

AT&T has just announced the arrival of its AMOLED display packing Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets on its network. The carrier is opening pre-orders for the 8.4 and 10.5 inch Galaxy Tab S models starting today with shipments slated to start on September 23. Customers will be able to walk into a store and get the tablets three days later on the 26th of September. These models offer 4G LTE as well, while the WiFi only models have been around for some time now. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will set you back by $629.99 off contract or $31.50 per...

With the Moto X now officially available for pre-order, it’s natural Motorola would create new ads for the device. The three different commercials show off the listening capabilities of the phone as well as the new 13 MP rear camera. In the ads, Motorola shows that with Moto Assist, you can get the Moto X to read messages aloud and reply to them with your voice while in the car. Motorola is also showing off the flick gesture with the camera to quickly activate it from anywhere. If you want to pre-order your own Moto X, you can...

Looking for a good deal on the HTC One M8? eBay is now offering the 32GB model from AT&T for just $389.99. This is the unlocked and refurbished model of the handset, which explains the low price. But since it’s coming directly from the manufacturer, customers can be assured that they’re getting the best unit for the price. Getting the brand new HTC One M8 from AT&T will set you back by $669.99, so this is a considerable amount of savings for the customers. Buyers can pick from Gunmetal Grey and Amber Gold color variants...

  Motorola themselves won’t be selling the new Moto X until later today at 11 AM EST, but AT&T has decided to do an overnight release instead. Curiously, they are referring the phone as the Moto X2, instead of just Moto X. They aren’t saying why, but it’s probably easier for them to tell customers which is the new model and which is the older one. AT&T is offering the Black Resin, Bamboo and Black Leather variants of the new Moto X at either $99 for a 2-year contract or $526 off-contract. All pre-orders...

While T-Mobile is expected to rollout the WiFi calling feature for its devices in the coming days, AT&T is yet to jump on the bandwagon officially. But the carrier has now specified that it intends to launch WiFi calling on its devices starting in 2015. The reason why the carrier waited this long is to make sure that the transition between WiFi and cellular networks are seamless, which is reportedly a problem at this point. With WiFi calling, customers can place voice calls using their WiFi home network without relying on the cellular...

AT&T has just announced the arrival of the Moto 360 smartwatch on its shelves, although no specific date was provided. AT&T’s press release suggests that pricing will be announced at a later date, but we don’t think it will be any different from the standard $250 price tag Motorola is selling it for. Verizon also announced intentions to launch the Moto 360 smartwatch, but took its listing down for some reason. It’s good to see carriers launching smartwatches and not leaving it just to the manufacturers to market...