AT&T’s new BOGO deal starts today and allows you to score a free high-end handset for free with the purchase of a new phone, and the addition of a new line. Buy the Apple iPhone 7 or Apple iPhone 7 Plus and you’ll be eligible to receive a free iPhone 7. Buy the LG G5 and get a second one for free. Lastly, buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 and get a second one on the house. Sit back and relax so we can show you exactly how this works.
Frankly, taking advantage of AT&T’s new BOGO deal is as easy as 1-2-3.
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Apple has started to investigate why an Apple iPhone 7 Plus, belonging to one Brianna Olivas, exploded. Pictures of the device taken in the aftermath of the explosion, were tweeted by Olivas. The day before the phone exploded, it wouldn’t turn on which led Olivas to take it back to the Sprint store where she had purchased it in January. The Sprint employee said that even though the phone “looked weird” when he got it to turn on, a diagnostics check showed no problem at all with the handset.
The next morning, Brianna’s boyfriend took the phone off of the official Apple charger and put …
Samsung will not be selling any refurbished Galaxy Note 7 phones in India or any other country for that matter. The handset maker refutes previous rumors claiming Samsung might resell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in the coming months.
In a recent statement to Gadgets 360, Samsung India was very clear about these reports supposedly coming from a person familiar with the matter: “The report on Samsung planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphone[s] in India is incorrect.”
Korean media suggested a few days ago Samsung is taking into consideration …
After the debacle of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 due to explosive battery last year, the company called back all sold and stocked Note 7 phones to test and know the cause of explosion. It took Samsung some time to come up with a technical justification of the battery explosion. Regardless, a recent Korean report says, […]
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Apple and advertising goes together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s no surprising that the Cupertino gang has masterminded a new pair of ads. They are focused on the iPhone 7 Plus’ coveted ‘Portrait Mode’ feature, which blurs the background to come up with that “professional photo” look at zero manual effort involved.
Seeing the feature in practice and the results it’s capable of producing is enough of an advertisement by itself, hence the ads are entirely about that. They follow up on another pair of ads which Apple outed earlier in February. The 15-second works are available for …
Call it what you will, but Chinese darling Xiaomi will be releasing a blue Mi Note 2, among other color versions, and the hue somewhat resembles that of the infamous Note 7 Blue Coral version. That one proved so popular that Samsung decided to bring it down to the next best thing in its flagship Galaxy line – the S7 edge – and it has been selling like hot cakes ever since, often on back order from US carriers.