AT&T is not content with just one Mexican carrier, Windows 10 is taking a while to come to phones and Samsung details their production process for the Galaxy S6 Edge.
It seems AT&T hasn’t had enough Mexican wireless carrier action after purchasing Iusacell. USA’s second biggest carrier has gone ahead and purchased a whole other carrier!
The deal is to go through for $1.875 billion and it includes spectrum licenses, network assets, retail stores and subscribers. We had heard about this deal before, but the deal has been finalized this week.
Opinion: AT&T is taking its investments in Mexico quite seriously it seems. This is good, as Mexico currently lives under a mobile monopoly. Now we have to see how AT&T will handle things on the other side of the border. Will they push competition the right way, or simply rip the population off like Telcel has been doing for generations?
Are you ready to get a taste of Windows 10? Well, if you are planning to check it out using your smartphone you will be sad to learn your wait is a bit longer. Microsoft Joe Belfiore said at Build 2015 that the new software will hit PCs this summer, but the same does not apply to smartphones.
“Our phone builds have not been as far along as our PC builds. We’re adapting the phone experiences later than we’re adding the PC experiences.” -Joe Belfiore
Opinion: This is a bit sad, as I am super excited to see how well Windows Continuum works. Windows 10 smartphones will literally be little computers in our pockets, guys.
Samsung is back with an eccentric, dramatic video that seems to spark inspiration and chill your very skin pores. This video is all about how the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is made. Give it a look if you are curious about that edged screen.
Opinion: So the video may be a bit too dramatic, but Samsung did accomplish something amazing with the Galaxy S6 Edge.