AT&T unleashed a metric ton of news today at CES 2012, including the Sony Xperia Ion, the first Windows Phone LTE device — the HTC Titan 2 — as well as an announcement of Nokia's first LTE device for the network. The company also introduced the Samsung Galaxy Note for the US, a handful of Pantech devices, and its own HTML5 and Android application marketplace, dubbed AppCenter. Read below for all the news so far, and stay tuned for more!
The Pantech Burst is a low-end Android phone available for $49.99 on contract — but it runs on AT&T's LTE network.
The waterproof Pantech Element is an 8-inch tablet with LTE on AT&T. We're just back with a brief hands-on with the device where we copiously doused it with water with no ill effects. Though it's only running Android 3.2, Pantech tells us it will be upgradable to Android 4.0 sometime in the future.
We've had a chance today to play with HTC's Titan II, one of the first LTE Windows Phones to be announced.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop confirms AT&T LTE Windows Phone plans.
HTC's Titan II brings a 4.7-inch WVGA display and 16-megapixel camera to AT&T's LTE network.
AT&T the first US carrier to stock LTE Windows Phones
Sitting in a glass tank of water is a nice touch. The inexpensive, waterproof Pantech Element tablet was just announced at the AT&T developer summit. Not much of a surprise, given it popped up at an AT&T store this week. The tablet features a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor. You can get both the Element and the Pantech Burst phoen for $249.99 when you sign a contract for both devices.
AT&T just announced at its Developer Summit two LTE phones that will cost less than $50 each on contract. First up is the Pantech Burst, which will have a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, and comes in either black or red. There's also the Samsung Exhilarate, which is being described as the first "sustainable" LTE device.
The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD has a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, removable battery, AMOLED display, and is one of the first devices to run on AT&T's 4G LTE network.
AT&T has announced details of 3G data plans for the PlayStation Vita.
Does the Galaxy Note fit in a pocket?
AT&T announced today that its new AppCenter for Android is launching in beta as a way to improve app discoverability.