AT&T’s famous 4G LTE network was launched for five main US markets last months named Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio. And now remarkable news is that Samsung and HTC would be releasing their upcoming devices under a two year contract with AT&T, fully supporting this latest 4G LTE network. According to the released information, HTC Vivid would be available at $199.99 while Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket would come at $249.99.
These two devices contain some pretty impressive specs. For example, Skyrocket would be running on a 1.5 GHz dual core processor and would come with a 4.5-inch super AMOLED Plus display. The operating system for this device would be Android Gingerbread. An impressive 8 mega pixels rare end camera along with another 2 mega pixel front end camera would be part of the device. HTC Vivid, on the other hand, would be running on a 1.2 GHz dual core processor while the screen size would be similar to Skyrocket. It would also be equipped with an 8 mega pixel camera. Both the devices are available in 16 GB models. According to an initial comparison made by PCMag, AT&T’s LTE network seems to be even better than Verizon’s network; however its future certainly depends upon quality maintenance. The Data plan of AT&T LTE allows the users an acquisition of 200 MB per month for $200 while DataPro Plan allows 2GB of data for $25 per month.