AT&T BlackBerry Passport is now on sale for $199.99 on a new two-year agreement. The Classic cost $49.99 with contract or $419.99 without contract. I definitely love the bigger chin and rounded corners. Hope the american public gives the passport and classic a good reception. How well it does in the US will determine how much developers will support OS10.
The cameras on the Samsung Galaxy A5 should be pretty decent. I suspect it is the same on the back as the SGS4. I like the A5, but more than $400 for a mid-ranger (with snap 410 and small battery) is not right. The Galaxy A5 is now on sale for $409.99 from Expansys USA.
Best Buy is offering the Nexus 6 for $249.99 on-contract on AT&T and Sprint.It has been confirmed that at least at&t’s Nexus 6 variant is SIM-locked, won’t let you tether without verifying your subscription status, has the at&t logo in the back, has the at&t boot animation, and has AT&T’s suite of ringtones as well. The kicker is that even if you get any other variant, the moment the AT&T Sim is detected you will be subject to your phone verifying your subscription status to use the hotspot (unless you root).
According to XDA HCdroid, the AT&T Nexus 6 with an AT&T logo on the device’s back.
Have you received a shipment notification for a Nexus 6 by AT&T? According to Phone Arena, the Nexus 6 from AT&T has shipped. The device include a 5.96-inch AMOLED, 1440×2560 (493 ppi), 13 MP camera, 3220 mAh battery and latest Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. I must admit it is a very nice and cool looking device.
AT&T – $399 on a two-year contract or at no annual commitment for $945.99. $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $39.42 per month with AT&T Next 18 or $47.30 per month with AT&T Next 12.
Sprint – 429.99 with 2-yr service agreement. $0 down (plus tax) and 24 monthly payments of $35 (SRP: $840; excluding taxes; service plan required).
T-Mobile – cost $870 ($0 down and $36.25/month for 24 months).