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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom arrives aside last year’s Camera

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom arrives aside last year’s Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is arriving on the 8th of November at AT&T, joining the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Camera from 2012 with 4G LTE. This device takes many of the newest Samsung Galaxy S 4 features and shrinks them down to a handheld size with a massive camera at its back, ready to take on the Samsung Galaxy Camera in a shoot-out for your pocket. Each has its own positive qualities - and they're definitely not completely evenly matched.

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AT&T gives 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 to Galaxy smartphone buyers for Christmas

AT&T gives 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 to Galaxy smartphone buyers for Christmas

AT&T has announced a new special offer for the holiday season for shoppers looking for a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone. The offers were available starting yesterday and one will see buyers get a free seven-inch Samsung Galaxy 3 tablet with the purchase of a qualifying Samsung Galaxy smartphone. Customers will need to sign up for a new two-year contract for the qualifying smartphones.

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Samsung ATIV S Neo hits AT&T with Windows Phone 8

Samsung ATIV S Neo hits AT&T with Windows Phone 8

This week the folks at AT&T have announced that they'll be bringing the next-generation ATIV S Neo to the market with Samsung's manufacturing finesse. This Windows Phone 8 device will be bringing on a 4.77-inch HD display with an 8 megapixel camera on its back and a 1.9 megapixel camera up front. This device will also be coming with a set of built-in apps like the full Microsoft Office suite.

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iPad Air & Mini Retina LTE detailed (plus T-Mobile 200MB no-cost option)

iPad Air & Mini Retina LTE detailed (plus T-Mobile 200MB no-cost option)

The iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display will each support fourteen LTE bands, the greatest number of any of Apple's 4G-capable devices so far, with carriers like T-Mobile already trying to differentiate themselves from the crowd with the promise of bundled data. The two new tablets, announced this morning, will work with nine carriers' LTE networks in the US, including the big four, though only T-Mobile is offering 200MB of free data for those who choose to slot in the carrier's SIM.

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