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Customers who have signed up for Motorola’s soak testing of the Moto X on AT&T will start seeing the update to Android 4.4.4 hitting today. Going by this, regular users of the smartphone should get the update in the coming days. A soak test is usually issued to users ahead of time to rectify any issues with the update before the mass rollout. Although the update isn’t all that different from Android 4.4.3, AT&T is bringing the ability to hide the carrier name from the status bar, which could be a better look for some...

Remember the Electric Blue version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 which has been widely seen on promotional materials but never really made it to the stores? Well, it turns out this particular color variant is exclusive to Best Buy stores, at least in the U.S. The Galaxy S5 can now be purchased in this color from either of the top three carriers of the U.S. including AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. Unfortunately, T-Mobile customers have been left out by Best Buy. The smartphone is selling for $99.99 on a two year contract with either of the three...

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is expected to go official sometime next week sporting a relatively midrange hardware specs sheet. However there was no clarity on which carriers in the U.S. will carry the handset. And now, leaked User Agent Profiles of the smartphone have confirmed that AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S. will have a variant each in the U.S. These versions are listed as SM-G850A and SM-G850T respectively with the last alphabet suggesting the carrier’s name. There are variants mentioned under SM-G850F, SM-G850H and SM-G850M...

AT&T has announced the arrival of the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE on its shelves starting from the 8th of August. The carrier will offer some juicy deals on the device when bundled with a smartphone such as the LG G3, G2 or the G Flex. If you choose to get either of the three smartphones, the tablet will only cost you 1 cent or $0.09, which is a good deal for those not looking to shell out a lot on a budget offering. But if you intend to only get the tablet, AT&T is asking for $149.99 under a two year contract or $12.50 per month for...

Welcome to the second part or our AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Problems and Solutions series. This past couple of weeks, we’ve received a lot of emails from Note 3 owners and majority of them were from subscribers of the major wireless companies in the U.S. This post is apparently focused on Note 3 owners under AT&T but it doesn’t mean the procedures cited here couldn’t be used to other models. So, if you own a GN3 and you’re currently experiencing one of the problems I included here, try the solution; it may just...

The LG G Vista smartphone from Verizon has been part of several leaks over the past few weeks. And all this while, we were of the impression that the smartphone would be an exclusive to the carrier. But that changed over the weekend, with a user manual suggesting that the device will launch through AT&T as well with the same moniker. This is good news for the customers as LG is offering multiple options to purchase its upcoming smartphone in the U.S. The leaked user manual shows a mockup of the smartphone in question with AT&T...

As expected, the AT&T branded HTC Desire 610 is available starting today. Much like the smartphone’s overseas pricing, AT&T is only asking for $199.99 off contract or $0.99 if you’re willing to sign a two year agreement. The smartphone is 4G LTE capable and is easily one of the best budget offerings going around. For the price, you’re getting a 4.7 inch 960 x 540 resolution display, an 8-megapixel camera on the back, a 1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 SoC, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, Android 4.4.2 KitKat and...

The wait is finally over for Amazon’s Fire Phone to reach customers’ hands as AT&T has finally begun sales of the online retailer’s first smartphone. The pricing is a little steep and starts from $199.99 with a 2-year contract, which might not appeal to a lot of customers out there. If you’re looking to pick the device up without  a contract, you will have to shell out $649, which is still quite a lot for a phone of this caliber. The Fire Phone is built entirely on top of Amazon’s ecosystem, so if you’re...