Sprint launched the BlackBerry KEYone in the United States, as far as wireless carrier support goes, not too long ago. And now AT&T is getting in on the fun.
In May, a report surfaced that appeared to show off the front of the upcoming, but still unofficial Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.
A day after its unveiling, the Galaxy Note 7 is now available for pre-order on all major carriers in the United States. The very expensive phablet is going to cost you some serious moolah, but then it is arguably among the best Android smartphones in the market right now.
Wi-Fi Calling allows users to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, while connected to a Wi-Fi network, instead of the cellular network.
Samsung‘s upcoming Galaxy S7 Active isn’t official just yet, but that hasn’t stopped the Rumor Mill from churning out expectations anyway.
AT&T is one of the oldest wireless carriers in the United States, and apparently its role in selling phones is about to change in at least one way.