Samsung and AT&T have made the Aurora Red version of the Galaxy S4 available today. Link to AT&T on the bottom of this page.
The Aurora Red 16GB version of Galaxy S4 is identical to the black and white versions, and will have the same 2GB of RAM, 1080p display and Snapdragon 600 under the glass. It's also priced the same, $200 with a new two-year contract or $640 if you don't want a contract.
You still have your 5″ 1080p display, 13MP back-facing camera, 2GB of RAM, Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor and all of that awesome Samsung proprietary software.
The BlackBerry Q10 has been put up for pre-order by AT&T today, while T-Mobile now has it in stock. If you aren't familiar, the Q10 is the keyboard version of the Z10. It carries the same 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of system memory, 8-megapixel camera and 16GB of flash memory as the Z10. Both handsets run the new BB10 operating system but the Q10 will ship with the latest version, 10.1.
The main difference, however, is the keyboard and the display. The QWERTY board takes up plenty of real estate which only leaves room for a 3.1-inch AMOLED screen operating at 720 x 720 pixels.
Here's some cool features of the Q10:
- BlackBerry Hub - see your inbox from any app
- Classic BlackBerry Keyboard supercharged with BlackBerry 10 - Instant Action for quick access to apps and functions
- BB BalanceTM - work life and personal life, separate but equal
- BBMTM Video with Screen Share - share content and apps
Here's the link
Better plan choices are coming for AT&T customers who feel like the usual 20GB data limit is a bit short for them. Newer pooled plans to be offered allow more internet usage as well as calls and text messages.
Customers can now choose 20-50 GB plans for all their mobile data requirements and these naturally come in various budgets as well. For example, the 30 GB plan is around $300/month, which is quite expensive for a family who needs more data than the typical option. An increment of $100 for every 10 GB additional is implemented on the plan prices.
AT&T also sets limits as to the number of users who can share in a particular plan. Aside from the additional fee to be paid for each smartphone that will join in an account, only a total of 10 devices will only be allowed to be associated with the account. Businesses are allowed more number of devices, so it is a more attractive option if you are a company. Naturally, usage in excess of the plan allotted will be charged $15/GB. Another option is a data-only plan for a monthly fee of $335 that will allow you to use up to 50 GB data. No unlimited plan exists as of moment.