AT&T Launches BlackBerry With Wi-Fi
Sep 19, 2007, 9:36 AM by (staff)
AT&T will begin selling the BlackBerry 8820 tomorrow. Bearing the same basic design as other 8800 series Blackberries, it has a quad-band GSM/EDGE radio and will offer 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi with enterprise security features. Users will be able to check email and use the internet from their corporate or home hotspots for free as well as use AT&T's national Wi-Fi network for a fee, which includes some 10,000 hotspots. The 8820 also includes built-in GPS and navigation applications. It has Bluetooth 2.0 and offers a media player, microSD slot for expanded storage. It will cost $299 with a two-year contract.
BlackBerry DTEK50 Is A Secured, Rebadged Alcatel Idol 4
BlackBerry today announced the DTEK50 smartphone, a slab-style handset that runs Android and features BlackBerry's signature communications and security software. BlackBerry says the DTEK50 features FIPS-2 hardware encryption, rapid security patching, secure boot process, and a hardened Android OS core.
BlackBerry Expands Hub+ to More Android Phones
BlackBerry today made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite of enterprise applications available to a wider range of devices. At the same time, it added five more apps to the suite.
Walmart Selling ZTE Lever LTE Phablet for Straight Talk
Walmart recently added the ZTE Lever LTE to its lineup of handsets for Straight Talk Wireless. The Lever LTE is a phablet boasting a 6-inch 720p display protected by Gorilla Glass.
Nokia Adds 3G and US Support to Retro 3310
HMD Global today announced the Nokia 3310 3G, an updated version of its retro feature phone announced earlier this year. The new model is slightly larger and has a new interface, but externally looks like the 2G version of this year's 3310.
that is suppose to launch on Monday.