Published on February 28 2017

AT&T launched a new unlimited data plan less than two weeks ago, but with more competitive options available from Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, it went back to the drawing board and came up with something better. 

AT&T Announces New Unlimited Data Plan With 10GB of Tethering and $25 Off DirecTV

Starting Thursday, new and existing AT&T customers can choose from two new plans: Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Choice. 

Unlimited Plus starts at $90 per month for a single line and includes unlimited talk, text, and data at up to 4G LTE speeds. Video can be streamed in HD quality, but Stream Saver mode, which reduces streaming video to around 480p quality, is enabled by default and must be turned off through myAT&T. 

AT&T Unlimited Plus includes up to 10GB of 4G LTE tethering per line per month, with speeds reduced to a max 128 Kbps for the rest of the bill cycle for eligible devices once the high-speed allotment is exceeded. 

Two smartphone lines starts at $145 per month, while up to eight additional devices, such as tablets and hotspots, can be added for $20 per month each. The pricing includes monthly access charges, but it is not inclusive of taxes or additional fees. AutoPay and paperless billing are required. 

For a limited time, AT&T Unlimited Plus customers can receive a $25 bill credit towards DirecTV, DirecTV NOW, or AT&T U-verse each month. The bill credits begin in 2-3 billing periods. The total monthly cost for AT&T Unlimited Plus with DirecTV NOW, for example, would start at $100 per month after discounts. 

Meanwhile, AT&T Unlimited Choice starts at $60 per month for a single line, and includes unlimited talk, text, and data at up to 3 Mpbs speeds, but with no tethering included. Video streams at a max of 1.5 Mbps, aka about 480p. No discount is offered for bundling DirecTV, DirecTV NOW, or U-verse. 

Two smartphone lines starts at $115 per month, while up to eight additional devices, such as tablets and hotspots, can be added for $20 per month each. The pricing includes monthly access charges, but it is not inclusive of taxes or additional fees. AutoPay and paperless billing are required. 

For both plans, each line that exceeds 22GB of data usage may experience reduced speeds on that line for the remainder of the billing cycle, but only at times and in areas where there is network congestion, which is similar to 22GB, 23GB, and 28GB soft cap policies from Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile respectively. 

Additionally, AT&T said both plans allow individuals and businesses to make unlimited calls from the U.S. to Canada and Mexico, and send unlimited texts to over 120 countries. AT&T customers on these plans can also use their plan to talk, text, and use data in Canada and Mexico with no roaming charges. 

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Published on February 27 2017

The 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPads that Apple is expected to debut at a March event aren't expected to ship until May or June, supply chain sources tell DigiTimes. An entry-level 9.7-inch iPad, however, is expected to ship within close proximity of the March event. 

10.5-Inch and 12.9-Inch iPads May Not Ship Until May or June

In January, DigiTimes reported that the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPads were expected to enter mass production in the Q2 of 2017 while the 9.7-inch iPad would enter mass production in Q1 2017. The potential release dates partly line up with a recent report from Mac Otakara, which said the 10.5-inch iPad may not be ready to ship until May. However, that report said the three other iPad models rumored to debut at the March event, new 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPads, are expected to ship in March. 

12.9-inch iPad shipments have been drying up around the world in recent weeks, slipping to shipping estimates of 2-3 weeks in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany and Japan. While increasing shipping times are a sign of an impending refresh, in this case it seems to be a supply issue. 

During Apple's latest earning call, CEO Tim Cook said that the company underestimated iPad demand in the past quarter and had an issue with one of its suppliers. Cook said the issue would probably not be resolved this quarter, likely leading to shriveling 12.9-inch iPad stock. Similarly, the supply issue could keep the refreshed 12.9-inch iPad from shipping before May. 

The new 10.5-inch model is expected to be the flagship model in Apple's new iPad lineup, sporting an edge-to-edge display on the same footprint as the current 9.7-inch iPad. Alongside new iPads at a March event, Apple is also expected to debut a 128 GB iPhone SE and red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus color variations.

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Published on February 27 2017

The Mobile World Congress 2017 officially opened today in Barcelona, where some of the biggest names in mobile technology gather annually to show off their latest products. With Apple skipping MWC as in previous years and Samsung choosing to delay the announcement of its next flagship phone, this year's event offers a better opportunity for their smaller rivals to hog the limelight. 

LG G6 

Kicking things off at MWC on Sunday, LG announced the G6, its latest flagship smartphone and the successor to the G5. Dominating the front of the new phone is a 5.7-inch LCD display sporting a resolution of 2880x1440 and an 18:9 aspect ratio – making the screen length double the size of its width – with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 HDR videos. 

The unusual screen ratio allows the G6 to display two 1:1 square photos side by side, something LG was eager to promote as a particular benefit for Instagram users. With the phone's bezels taking up minimal space on the front, the power button and fingerprint sensor sit on the back of the phone below the camera, while a virtual home button is located on the main display. 

LG also made much of the resilience of the G6 compared to previous phones. The front is protected by Gorilla Glass 3, while the back is encased in Gorilla Glass 5. Elsewhere, the rear dual-lens camera boasts Gorilla Glass 4. The device is also IP68-certified waterproof. 

Other specifications of the LG G6 include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB RAM and a 3300 mAh battery. The front camera has a 5-megapixel sensor and a 100-degree field of view, while the dual cameras at the back pack 13 megapixels each. No announcement was made regarding pricing or the release date of the handset.  

Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic

MWC 2017: Huawei and LG Unveil New Phones and Smartwatches

Also at MWC on Sunday, the Chinese mobile maker unveiled the Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic. The Watch 2 has a plastic chassis, while the Classic is metal. Both are sportier, bulkier successors of the company's original 2015 Watch, despite both of them having smaller 1.2-inch circular displays than the prior model’s 1.4-inch screen. The Watch 2 includes LTE (a Wi-Fi only one will be available), and both timepieces offer GPS, heart rate sensors, and NFC for Android Pay. 

The watches have two buttons and come with microphones and speakers. Huawei says the 420mAh batteries offer up two days of continuous power, which is double what the original version provided. A new, low-power mode also allows the watches to last up to 25 days, but functionality is limited to showing the time and counting steps. 

Huawei P10 and P10 Plus 

Huawei's two new phones bore the names P10 and P10 Plus. The P10 comes with a 5.1-inch 1920x1080 FHD display, while the larger 5.5-inch P10 Plus has a 1440p IPS display. Both come with a dual-lens 20 megapixel rear camera and a front-facing 12 megapixel camera. 

MWC 2017: Huawei and LG Unveil New Phones and Smartwatches

Like LG, Huawei also touted the photography capabilities of its new phones, pointing to the front and rear Leica-made cameras and the advantages of new motion-tracking facial recognition technology for taking portraits. But it was the company's partnership with Pantone that stood out on the day, with the smartphone to launch in eight different colors, including "greenery" and "dazzling blue". 

A Huawei Kirin 960 octa-core GPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 3,200mAh battery make up the main internals, with the larger 5.5-inch P10 Plus featuring the same specs but with an option for 128GB storage and 6GB RAM. Prices remains unannounced, but neither Huawei phone is expected to become available in the U.S. anytime soon. 

As expected, Samsung didn't reveal any details about the successor to its Galaxy S7, allowing its new Galaxy Book and Galaxy Tab S3 tablets to fill stage time at this year's MWC. Samsung did however confirm the official launch date of its Galaxy S8 would be March 29.

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Published on February 27 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus Specs Leaked, Again

The Samsung Galaxy S8, one of the most anticipated devices of 2017, created a buzz that's getting louder as we inch closer to its expected launch in April. The most recent leaks regarding the device are a screenshot of its specs and one of its sign-up pages. On Thursday, TechnoBuffalo claimed it had a leaked screenshot listing specs of both the devices, while on Friday blogger Evan Blass posted a screenshot of a sign-up program for “the Next Galaxy.”

Blass’ tweet showed a device having top and bottom bezels, but none on the side, which concurs with earlier reports of the device having an edge-to-edge display. Apart from this, the tweet did not reveal much.

According to the screenshots by TechnoBuffalo, both devices are expected to come with Quad HD+ displays. Quad HD+ is a technology being employed by LG in its upcoming G6 smartphone. It provides a screen ratio of 18:9, which creates more screen space for the user by shrinking all the bezels. Both devices also share some other specifications such as a 12-megapixel dual pixel rear camera, an 8-megapixel front camera, IP68 dust- and water-resistance, 4GB RAM, Samsung Pay and wireless charging support.

What stands out for both devices, according to the screenshots, is an iris scanner, which is expected to be used for the devices’ facial recognition feature. Another thing to note is that both devices seem to have minimal 64GB memory, which replaces the 32GB base version of S7 and S7 plus.

But, one thing lacking from the specifications listed in the screenshot is the Bixby artificial intelligence-based voice assistant. It is actually expected to replace Samsung’s outdated S voice functionality and put Samsung at par with Amazon and Google, which already have their own AI-based voice assistants, Alexa and Google Assistant, respectively. In fact, the Galaxy S8 was earlier rumored to have a special Bixby button next to the camera.

The voice assistant is expected to be a big leap from S voice, which has been redundant ever since the Google Now functionality was rolled out to Android devices. A B-shaped logo even appeared in Samsung’s trademark filing spotted on the European Trade Mark and Design Network’s website.

If the voice assistant does not make an appearance on the Samsung Galaxy S8 when it's launched, it might come as a surprise to many smartphone enthusiasts.

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Published on February 25 2017

Xiaomi Mi 6 News and Rumors

Rumors of a successor to Xiaomi’s 2016 Mi 5 flagship smartphone have begun to heat up, but the company has cooled off any hype by announcing that it will skip Mobile World Congress this year. The Mi 6 was expected to launch at the show, just like the Chinese company’s Mi 5 did at MWC 2016.

Still, there’s no doubt a successor is on the way — just not as soon as many had hoped. Here’s everything we know so far about the Mi 6.

Ceramic design

We’ve gotten a few leaks of the Mi 6 so far, leaving little to the imagination — assuming those leaks are authentic. The latest leak comes from Weibo, and contrary to previous leaks, it shows a device without a home button on the front. Instead, there could be a home button embedded in the software — like other Android phones.

Xiaomi Mi 6 News and Rumors
Xiaomi Mi 6 News and Rumors

Previous leaks from MyDrivers suggest the Mi 6 could have a ceramic back — one of the prime features of the nearly bezel-less Mi Mix smartphone.

Other previous leaks offer us a glimpse as to what the phone could look like. If the leaked pictures are actually of the Mi 6, the front of it will resemble Samsung’s GalaxyS7 Edge with a curved display and a similarly styled home button. The back is fairly different from the Mi 5, and is more reminiscent of the iPhone 6S.

Xiaomi Mi 6 News and Rumors

There are reports that there will be three models of the Mi 6 — one with curved edges and one without, as well as a second flat variant with a different processor.

Xiaomi Mi 6 News and Rumors

Rumored specs

The Mi 6 with a curved display is expected to be the premium flagship powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, but recent reports from Gizmochina indicate that the processor may be underclocked, meaning it just won’t be as fast as it could be. Why is this happening?

Well, it’s complicated. Samsung co-developed the Snapdragon 835 processor with Qualcomm, and as such gets first pick of the fully clocked supply. Instead of waiting for supply to pick up a little, some manufacturers may instead opt to go for underclocked chips that Samsung may not want to use. This wouldn’t be uncharacteristic for Xiaomi, which launched the Mi 5 with an underclocked Snapdragon 820 in an effort to get the handset out sooner.

The flat Mi 6 is also expected to feature the same underclocked processor, but at a lower price, and the third Mi 6 variant will be flat but will house a MediaTek Helio X30 processor. The latter will be the cheapest option, if reports are accurate.

The flagship Mi 6 will likely have 6GB of RAM, while the other models may be stuck with 4GB. The flagship may cost around $363 for 6GB of RAM.

Information about the specs of the Mi 6 is sparse and often from little-known sources. There are conflicting reports that suggest a 3,000mAh battery, for example, while others say to expect a 4,000mAh capacity. If there are three models with various specs, it would certainly make sense as to why the information varies. All such information should be viewed with some skepticism until official announcements are made.

Other specs that have been suggested are support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4.0, as well as a fingerprint sensor on the front of the device.

Release date

As mentioned, Xiaomi is skipping Mobile World Congress, which means the Mi 6 won’t be revealed until a later date. Xiaomi Today says the company has postponed the phone’s launch until April, though the information seems to mostly be based on speculation about the availability of the Snapdragon 835.

We will continue to update this post as we learn more about the Mi 

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Published on February 25 2017

Apple’s expanding line of iPad tablets is widely accepted as the gold standard in the tablet market. While tablets as a whole have been largely disappointing considering the explosive growth that leading market research firms predicted following the original iPad’s debut, tens of millions of tablets are still sold around the world each quarter. Truth be told, tablets are still a big business for plenty of hardware vendors, despite the fact that sales are declining due in part to a much slower upgrade cycle than most firms were expecting. Oh, how market researchers love to draw straight growth lines that soar endlessly into the sky.

While Apple’s iPads have continued to get better and better as time has progressed, most updates in recent years have been somewhat incremental as far as user-facing features are concerned. That’s why it was so exciting when reports began to emerge suggesting that Apple actually has a bold new redesign coming to one of its new iPads in 2017. Unfortunately, a new report now suggests that Apple’s nifty next-generation iPad may have been delayed.

According to a handful of independent reports headlined by ever-accurate insider Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has a brand new addition to its iPad lineup in 2017. Slotted in between the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will reportedly be a new model with a 10.5-inch display. This new iPad will apparently be roughly the same size as the 9.7-inch iPad model, however, because it will feature much narrower bezels than other tablets in Apple’s iPad lineup. Bezel-narrowing is an ongoing trend in 2017, and it will continue right up until September when the “all-screen” iPhone 8 is unveiled.

This sleek new iPad model will reportedly be unveiled next month alongside new 9.7- and 12.9-inch iPad models that feature incremental updates. That’s the good news. The bad news, however, is yet another report emerged on Friday suggesting that the launch of Apple’s hot new iPad model has been delayed.

“Vendors have hoped that at least one of the two large-size tablets, 10.5-inch iPad or the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, will be released in the first quarter of 2017 along with the entry-level 9.7-inch iPad,” Digitimes’ Siu Han and Steve Shen reported on Friday. “However, the sources said that they are now more certain that both of the planned two large-size models will not come until May-June, thereby affecting first-quarter sales of supply chain makers.”

Delayed launches obviously won’t put a huge dent in Apple’s earnings since iPad models make up such a minuscule percentage of the company’s sales and profits. Apple fans are growing increasingly anxious for something new and exciting to sink their teeth into though, and it looks like the wait may have just gotten a few months longer.

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Published on February 25 2017

Samsung announced its latest high-end processor on Thursday, the Exynos 9 Series 8895. The chip has been announced approximately one month before the launch of the Galaxy S8, which makes it a likely component for the device. However, Samsung has not yet confirmed whether the Galaxy S8 will run the processor.

Looking forward, there is also a good chance the Exynos 8895 will be featured on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The phablet is expected to release in summer or fall of 2017. Few rumorsare circulating for the Galaxy Note 8 at this point, but it is easy to assume that one of Samsung’s 2017 flagships would feature its 2017 premium processing chip.

 

The Galaxy Note 7 featured the Exynos 8890 chip during its short time on the market in fall 2016. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge also feature the Exynos 8890 in select markets (and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 in most).Samsung announced the Exynos 8890 in November 2015 and the chip was ready for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge announcement in February 2016 and their market release in March 2016.

While Samsung’s launch schedule is slightly different in 2017 due to the delay of the Galaxy S8, the timeline follows a similar trajectory. The Exynos 8895 being announced in late February, for a device that likely won’t be on the market until late April, leaves ample time for mass production of the chip. Typically, Samsung announced is Galaxy S devices in late February, coinciding with Mobile World Congress; however, the Galaxy S8 unveiling has been pushed to late March, in the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation.  

Samsung usually equips only a select amount of handsets with its proprietary chip. Exynos chips are often seen in devices for the Asian, African and Middle Eastern markets. Meanwhile, American and European markets get Galaxy smartphones running Qualcomm Snapdragon chips. The Galaxy S8 is expected to run the Snapdragon 835 chip, which Qualcomm announced in November 2016. The chip uses Samsung’s 10nm FinFET technology and rumors suggest the Galaxy S8 will run the Snapdragon 835 exclusively at launch due to its collaboration with Qualcomm. Other manufacturers aren’t expected to use the Snapdragon 835 until the second half of 2017.

The Exynos 8895 also uses the 10nm FinFET technology, making it a supplementary chip to the Snapdragon 835. The semiconductor technology allows for greater area efficiency, performance and lower power consumption than prior chips, such as the Exynos 7420 and the Snapdragon 821.

Once the Galaxy S8 is on the market, the Exynos 8895 should be a shoo-in for the Galaxy Note 8. Similarly, some models will likely run the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. By the time the Galaxy Note 8 is ready for launch there should be enough Exynos and Snapdragon chips procoded to easily equip the smartphone. Additionally, as a more niche line the Galaxy Note line typically ship at about half the volume of Galaxy S smartphones.

Recent reports suggest the Galaxy Note 8 is codenamed “Baikal,” after the ancient Siberian lake. Pundits have suggested the codename could be associated with some sort of water feature for the Galaxy Note 8.

Some speculative rumors for the Galaxy Note 8 include a 4K resolution display and a 256GB internal storage option. Overall, the Galaxy Note 8 will likely feature an amalgamation of features from the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy Note 8 will release later in 2017; however, the manufacturer has not revealed an exact launch timeframe for the device. Analysts predict Samsung will largely maintain its late summer or early fall announcement and release cycle for the Galaxy Note 8.

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Published on February 24 2017

Samsung's First 10-Nanometer Chip Has Gigabit LTE

The first production chip to roll off Samsung's recently-opened 10-nanometer FinFET production line is the Exynos 9 Series 8895, and it will come embedded with a gigabit LTE modem, Samsung announced on Thursday.

The chip, which is currently in mass production and destined for smartphones and other mobile devices in the near future, is among the vanguard of processors that will help mobile phone networks realize their goal of dramatically boosting LTE speeds.

 

The new Exynos 9 chip supports five-carrier aggregation, a technology that increases data rates when more spectrum is available and makes gigabit speeds over LTE possible. Multiple carriers are preparing their networks for such speeds, including T-Mobile, which recently announced plans to deliver gigabit LTE over unused 5GHz Wi-Fi channels.

The new Exynos 9 doesn't just pave the way for screaming data speeds, though. It also packs an octa-core processor and an integrated GPU, which Samsung says will deliver a "realistic and immersive VR video experience at 4K resolution."

Its production process is revolutionary, too. Compared to its 14nm predecessor, the 10nm FinFET process promises up to 30 percent increase in area efficiency with 27 percent higher performance or 40 percent lower power consumption, Samsung says.

The unveiling of the new Exynos 9 comes just days after Qualcomm announced its own gigabit LTE chip, the Snapdragon X20. It can can push speeds of up to 1.2Gbps on the spectrum that every US carrier has, Qualcomm says. Those speeds are theoretical, of course, and they'll be limited by network conditions and older devices on the network.

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Published on February 24 2017

Huawei Watch 2 leaks out in a trio of colours

The Huawei Watch 2 is due to be unveiled this weekend, but thanks to the rumor mill, we’re getting a look at the new Android Wear smartwatch today.

Several press renders of the Huawei Watch 2 have been shared by VentureBeat. Not only do the images give us a look at the Huawei Watch 2 from several angles, but they also show off the three colors that the device will be available in: black, orange, and gray with light flecks.

Huawei Watch 2 leaks out in a trio of colours

When it comes to features, the Huawei Watch 2 is expected to include a 1.4-inch round display, a nanoSIM slot for cellular connectivity, and Android Wear 2.0. We can also see wireless charging pins on the back of the device as well as buttons on its right side that’ll presumably be used for app shortcuts.

Huawei’s teaser suggested that the Watch 2 will place a focus on fitness, and it appears that that will indeed be the case. With its rubberized band, bright colors, and cellular connectivity, the Huawei Watch 2 looks like it could be a nice smartwatch for active Android users whenever it launches. As for when that’ll happen, we should learn more this weekend when Huawei officially introduces its new Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch.

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Published on February 24 2017

Chinese hardware giant Huawei Technologies Co. said last year that it aimed to overtake Apple and Samsung as the world’s top smartphone brand. The Shenzhen-based builder of telecom and networking hardware hopes to reach that goal by 2021, perhaps following the release of an artificial intelligence-powered phone in 2020.

 

But that's still futuristic. The 30-year-old developer is gunning for the top spot now with a high-end phone known as the Honor V9. The device will selling in China from Tuesday, according to Chinese news reports. It's tipped to emerge in other countries later under a different name.

 

According to previews of the Honor V9, the new device has few if any major features that stand out over its peers.

Huawei's New High-End Smartphone Stands Out In One Way

Huawei says the V9 is the first phone anywhere that can do 3D modeling from a photo into a printout, but how many people need that function? Its other major specs are decisively high-end, yet hardly unique.

The Android Nougat operating system has spread across handset brands since its release last year. Google, LG and Sony have tried eliminating the phone’s home button, another feature of the V9. The new Huawei phone’s 12 megapixel and 2 megapixel photo trackers positioned on the rear may be able to take shots at DSLR stand-alone camera standards, per this preview.

The Google Pixel and iPhone 7 can take photos of the same quality, according to news website BGR.com. Fingerprint scanner on the rear? Other brands have done that. The V9's Kirin 960 processor designed by a Huawei-owned firm works something like Qualcomm chip for high-end phones.

No one is saying there’s anything technically wrong with the V9, which is an upgrade from an earlier model the Honor V8. The V9 appears inspired by the iPhone 7 and “packs a lot of amazing specs into a remarkably thin metal chassis,” according to news website Android Police.

 

It's mainly just the price setting this model apart from other phones in its class. Handsets will sell from $377 to $508 depending on amount of memory, Android Police says. Newer iPhones and Samsung Galaxy models usually cost more.

 

Consumers in a lot of Chinese cities can typically afford high-end gadgets, but many aren't sure how well their incomes will hold up against prices in the long term. So they like the idea of getting something that works like an iPhone at non-Apple prices. Consumers in Southeast Asia, a powerful offshore market for Chinese smartphone developers, feel the same way.

 

Other Chinese smartphone heavyweights have bulked up their own market shares by making flagship Android devices that sell for less than Apple and Samsung equivalents. Artificial intelligence won't hurt Huawei's phones. But at least this year, the company would take a market lead based more on price than on specs.

 

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