AT&T announced a new device for its network this afternoon, the G3 Vigor from LG. The G3 Vigor is much likes its big brother, minus a few of the top-tier specs. If you will recall, LG announced the G3 Beat not too long ago, and basically, the G3 Vigor is simply a rebranded Beat. (more…)
To celebrate a recent price drop to $99 (from $130), AT&T has partnered with us to give away a brand new MINI JAMBOX to one of our fabulous readers.
For those new to the MINI JAMBOX, just know that it’s a smaller version of Jawbone’s popular JAMBOX series of Bluetooth speakers. It lasts for up to 10 hours on a single charge, is pocketable, works as a speakerphone for calls, comes in a variety of fashionable colors, and still gives off “rich, crisp, three-dimensional sound.” Better yet, Jawbone recently released an update called Multi Play that allows users to connect two MINI JAMBOX speakers together for simultaneous sound domination.
Like Verizon, AT&T will also carry the Moto 360 at some point in the future. Announced this evening via AT&T’s pressroom, the carrier confirmed that they will add the circular smartwatch to their “industry-leading” portfolio of devices. Pricing and availability will be announced later, though, so don’t expect to pre-order today like you currently can through Verizon. I would image that they will offer some sort of bundle type deal or discount when purchased with a smartphone.
We still do not have a specific launch day for the new Moto X, but AT&T, Verizon, and US Cellular have all confirmed their plans to carry the device. Motorola told us in press briefings yesterday that AT&T and Verizon were the only two participating in Moto Maker (along with an unlocked GSM model), but the rest of the carrier situation remained a mystery. (more…)
There she is – the new Moto X. Not the Moto X+1 or the Moto X2 or the Moto X (insert random codename), this is simply, the new Moto X (2nd generation if we are getting really technical). It’s official and will be available soon, as in, this month from a variety of carriers and as an unlocked device.
At a price of $99 on 2-year contract or $499 at full retail, Motorola has created a high-end phone that they are offering at a price around $100 lower than competitors.
From now until September 30, customers who activate a new line of service through AT&T’s Next program will receive a $100 bill credit. With Next, customers are told that device envy is a thing of the past, as those who are enrolled can upgrade to the newest smartphones without fear of an upgrade fee or activation fee. (more…)
An FCC filing for a device made by Motorola and with AT&T written all over it (in terms of connectivity) has arrived, a device that we can only assume is the next Moto X (or Moto X+1). The device falls under FCC ID IHDT56QA1 and is linked below in case you want to look through the documents yourself. (more…)