LG’s new monster fashion phablet is finally making its way to AT&T!
Big Blue announced pricing and availability for the LG V10, and our estimates we’re right on. The pricing will land around $700 total when using AT&T’s $0 down, monthly pricing plans. On the Next program, the V10 will cost $35 a month when financing over 20 months, andthe phone will be on store shelves November 6th.
As with the G4 launch, LG will be sweetening the deal by adding in a spare battery, a battery charger, and a 200GB Micro SD Card. The V10 already comes standard with 64GB of built in storage, so this will provide a whopping amount of space for all of the incredible high bit rate video you’re going to shoot on this monster camera.
We’ve got the full scoop on the V10, and you can catch all of our reviews and comparisons below!
Apple holds to a tick-tock update schedule with the iPhone, updating the form factor, then better refining the guts of the phone. This year for the 6S we get the new “rose gold” color, a higher resolution camera, and 3D Touch! Is this enough to position “the best iPhone ever” as the best phone of the year? Let’s take a look!
We’re taking more steps towards all communication on mobile devices moving to data.
Now users on the iPhone 6 and 6S running iOS 9 will have access to WiFi calling on AT&T. This feature will be built into post-paid plans, and wont affect any current services the consumer might be paying for.
WiFi calling allows people to move voice calls to data networks, without managing separate VOIP phone numbers, and can makes for a handy solution in areas with poor call quality. Once this feature is enabled, text messages can also travel over WiFi.
While we’ve seen services like Google Voice in the past, AT&T has recently been making moves to incorporate more cell connection “mobility”. Supporting products like the Gear S smartwatch which could move calls back and forth between the SIM in your phone and the SIM on your wrist. Earlier this year at their developer conference, they showed off demos of people moving video calls seamlessly between PC and phone, all tied to the phone number on their plan.
Moving forward, it seems your phone number will be less a static way to call someone, and more your Login ID for richer data driven communication.
This week I got a DELUGE of questions about the LG V10 and Amazon banning Chromecast sales. We also released the most comprehensive review of the iPhone 6S camera, and compared it to the Galaxy S6 and and LG G4, so let’s chat about smartphone photography! Make sure you’re CHARGED AND READY! It’s podcast time!
iPhone Launch days are a lot of fun! I spent that morning at the AT&T store in Pasadena California to give the reporters at ABC 7 a tour of all the new features on the iPhone 6S! Nothing quite like being camera ready at 5am, to go live on the air with a phone I’ve only used for about twenty minutes!
Major thanks to my pals at Casey & Sayre PR for helping me track down this video clip!
NEW IPHONE DAY! This week’s show, I’m back from the AT&T store with a launch day iPhone 6S. We talk about what it costs to really produce a gadget, and I answer your tech questions live on the air! Make sure you’re charged and ready! It’s Podcast Time!
What better way to test a waterproof phone than to take it out for a spin at a waterpark? The folks at AT&T set up a fun blogger meet up at Knott’s Berry Farm Surf City. How did the Galaxy S6 Active fare? Let’s take a look!