Enhanced PTT Coming To AT&T This Year
AT&T today announced expanded customer trails of an "Enhanced Push To Talk" (PTT) service that it plans to launch in late 2012. The new service improves on AT&T's existing PTT service with "dramatically improved performance, features and device choices." At launch later this year, the company will offer up to five compatible smartphones, including more then one from Samsung. AT&T current and new PTT solutions are powered by Kodiak Networks PTT technology. AT&T is hosting a series of local Field Force Automation Forums around the country in the coming months, where interested companies can learn more and see demos.
Sep 1, 2020
Samsung has revealed new details of its Galaxy Z Fold2 foldable phone, the successor to last year's pioneering Galaxy Fold. While Samsung has improved or refined most aspects of the design — including the hinge — the much larger outer display stands out, having grown from 4.6 to 6.2 inches, and now protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.
Jul 22, 2020
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, a variant of the company's folding-screen, clamshell-style phone that adds sub-6 GHz 5G and a faster processor, but is otherwise similar to the 4G version. In the US, it will be available for $1,450 starting August 7th from AT&T and T-Mobile, and unlocked from Samsung, Amazon, and Best Buy.
Jul 13, 2020
US carriers have launched a flurry of new entry-level phones from LG and Samsung in recent weeks. The phones include three new models from each of the two manufacturers.
Jun 15, 2020
Samsung's new mid-range 5G phone, the Galaxy A71 5G, will be available from T-Mobile and Sprint this Friday for $600. Samsung has also made it official that both Verizon and AT&T will offer the phone "later this summer", and that it will also be available unlocked.
Apr 8, 2020
Samsung has a slew of new phones coming to the US in its more-affordable A-series, including one launching tomorrow for $110, and a 5G model launching this summer for $500. Galaxy A01 : One of Samsung's most affordable phones at $110.
Waste of time and effort, complete FAIL. :-/
This must be a feature businesses are requesting or something. I cant imagine anyone wanting to use this type of service. Who uses this anymore? It wasn't popular when they first offered it and it won't be popular, now
Iphone needs this