Some analyst say that Apple would benefit greatly if the iPhone will be offered by multiple carriers and this scenario is likely to happen in the future. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson admitted that the company's exclusive rights to sell the iPhone in the US will eventually end. Stephenson stated at Fortune's now happening Brainstorm: Tech conference that, "there will be a day when you are not exclusive with the iPhone."
A few days ago, I mentioned a leak about an upcoming HTC smartphone called the HTC Leo. Well it looks like that the name now goes with another HTC device hinted at earlier this year called the HTC Firestone. We've got a full spec sheet after the jump.
As announced last week, AT&T has began to sell a new music phone and a new camera phone from Sony Ericsson. The Sony Ericsson C905a Cybershot is now being offered for $179.99 after rebate and two-year agreement. On the other hand, AT&T is selling the Sony Ericsson W518a Walkman phone for $49.99 after rebate and two-year agreement.
The Symbian Foundation--suppliers of the OS for most major Nokia phones--is planning to jump in on the App Store fad and release their own entitled "Horizon" this fall. More information after the jump.
Looks like Michael Dell can't keep his hands out of the telecommunications piggy bank, as Dell is apparently gearing up to release several smartphones in the US by the end of the year. More information after the jump.
We've informed you of the rumor that the Sony Ericsson CyberShot C905a may be released by AT&T on July 19. Well, the rumor turned out to be accurate as AT&T has announced that the Sony Ericsson CyberShot C905a will be available starting July 19 for $180 after rebates with new contract.
We already knew that the Nokia Mako or Surge is heading for AT&T and an announcement has made it official. The Nokia Surge will be available from AT&T starting July 19 for $80 after rebate with new agreement.