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Get Ready For Newest Members of AT&T 4G LTE Lineup!

14 January 2012 5,901 views No Comment

AT&T’s newly announced 4G LTE devices just got a dedicated teaser page on company’s official website. Continue to deliver first-class mobile experience, AT&T brings together industry’s best 4G smartphones and tablet. Have a look on newest members of AT&T 4G LTE lineup.

AT&T 4G LTE Smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Note: all-new Galaxy Note combines best features of a smartphone with large display of a tablet and ease-of-use of a notepad. World’s first 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED screen on Samsung Galaxy Note offers crystal-clear picture quality. Most advanced pen input technology, S Pen includes an array of leading qualities like pressure sensitivity, speed, preciseness, and more. With this innovative S Pen, user can easily sketch drawings, write emails and texts, or jot down notes quickly in free-form handwriting. Samsung Galaxy Note features easy screen-capture function, allowing you instantly save any screen and personalize with S Pen before being saved or shared.

Samsung Exhilarate: Made from 80% recycled post-consumer materials, Samsung Exhilarate features eco modes and tools like Eco calendar and calculator. This Samsung 4G smartphone comes with 4″ touchscreen Super AMOLED display, dual (front and rear) cameras, voice recognition, and access to AT&T U-verse Live TV. Samsung Exhilarate is also certified as Platinum by UL Environment.

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD: Scheduled to hit the market in coming months, Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD by Samsung is a stylishly designed and highly functional 4G LTE smartphone that boasts 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display and 1.5 GHz dual-core processor for ultra-smooth video playback, seamless multitasking, and high- graphics gaming.

HTC Titan II: Crafted to bring together Windows Phone reliability and 4G LTE speeds, HTC Titan II features 4.7″ Super LCD screen, 16MP camera with dual LED flash, and much more.

Sony Xperia ion: Ideal for those looking for superb smartphone viewing and listening experience, Xperia ion offers easy access to rich entertainment from Sony Entertainment Network. Pre-loaded Video Unlimited has latest Hollywood blockbusters and TV shows from all major studios, while Music Unlimited offers a global catalog of more than 12 million unique songs. PlayStation Certified smartphone, Sony Xperia ion features Android 2.3 OS, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 4.6″ HD Reality display powered by Mobile BRAVIA Engine, and 12MP camera with Sony Exmor R.

Nokia Lumia 900: Designed to let you enjoy seamless style and distinct craftsmanship of Nokia unibody design. Nokia Lumia 900 features rich 4.3″ ClearBlack AMOLED display, 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and all latest functionality you expect from Nokia.

Pantech Burst: Value-oriented Burst is Pantech’s first 4G LTE smartphone in AT&T’s device portfolio. It combines 4G LTE speeds, 4″ Super AMOLED display, and Android functionality in an affordable package. Available in two color choices: titanium or ruby red, Pantech Burst will be available for $49.99 with a two-year contract.

Pantech Element: AT&T also introduced an affordable tablet – Pantech Element. Scheduled to hit the store on January 22 for $299.99 with two-year contract, it’s Pantech’s first LTE-connected Android tablet. Running on Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) OS, Pantech Element features 8-inch display, and dual cameras. It offers rich web experience with full HTML.

TechPL.us wishes good luck to AT&T for new releases. Share your views with us in the comment box below. For more tech reviews, stay tuned.

Source: DealRocker Blog

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