If you’re getting a new device on AT&T this fall, there will be an LTE option regardless of whether you want a cheap smartphone or a top-tier tablet . The highest-specced device coming to AT&T in the United States is the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which doesn’t launch in the United States until late October, although Korea already has it. There’s also going to be a version of the 10.1 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 that runs on AT&T’s LTE network. The two more interesting phones include the Galaxy Rugby Pro, which is a durable Android handset for the klutz-and-construction crowd that is willing to give up some specs for a hardened phone. It can’t do 1080p video from its camera, and the display is a small-for-Android 4 inches, but it is built to military specifications. Then there’s the Galaxy Express, which is a middle-tier smartphone with a 4.5 inch screen and a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. All the Samsung devices hitting AT&T will be running Android 4.0 with a scoop of Touchwiz on top.
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