BLOCKS, the first modular smartwatch, has announced that they will be partnering with AT&T for cellular connectivity in the US. It should be no surprise that AT&T wants to partner with BLOCKS as they absolutely smashed their Kickstarter goal.
If you are interested in buying the HTC One A9 and want to use the Sprint or AT&T networks for your wireless carrier, then they are ready for you to go ahead and place your order. Both carriers opened up their online sales systems for orders starting today. Both carriers are offering the HTC One A9 in Carbon Gray or Opal Silver. Read more
AT&T today in a post to its blog revealed the Android-based smartwatches that will work with the carrier’s new NumberSync offering. The telecommunications provider revealed NumberSync in mid-October, saying that it would allow users to have a single phone number across multiple devices. In other words, devices like smartwatches will work on AT&T’s network instead of having to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
If you’ve been looking out for official carrier availability for the BlackBerry Priv, AT&T has announced that they’ll be the first carrier to sell BlackBerry’s first Android device. The Priv will be available on November 6th, which is only a few days off. Read more
The newest HTC flagship, the One A9, separates itself from any of the company’s previous handsets by having a somewhat low off-contract price with respectable specifications. Consumers interested in the One A9 can buy it directly through HTC for the limited time price of $399 that will soon increase. But HTC hasn’t forgot about working with carriers to enable subsidizes and maximize exposure. Customers with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon will all have the chance to purchase the One A9. Today, AT&T becomes the first carrier to make the One A9 available.
LG has announced that its latest smartphone, the V10, will start shipping in China, Hong Kong and the United States this week. The handset will then make its way to “key markets” in Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America and the Middle East.
AT&T is now taking pre-orders for LG’s latest ruggedized Android-powered smartphone, the V10. The handset is available in either Space Black or Opal Blue colorways with a price tag of $249.99 on a new 2-year contract. Current subscribers of the operator’s Next installment plan, however, will be able to pick it up for between $23.34-$35 per month.
Verizon has formally asked the FCC for permission to start enabling WiFi calling for handsets on its network, making it the second carrier to officially do so. AT&T was the first, applying for permission on October 6th after calling out Sprint and T-Mobile for skipping the FCC’s approval process. Read more