AT&T has long-term evolution in hand, via Samsung group products. LTE, or long-term evolution, as it relates to the marketing of the Galaxy NX camera, an LTE-ready product, is a must-have for savvy buyers. The Samsung group had allowed that the Galaxy NX marketing plan would be forthcoming, but it did not report which wireless networks the American model would support. The FCC, has now given its consumers a good idea, since it had to give the stamp of approval, and such recommendations were made public.
A new form of the mirrorless Android camera has been revealed by the agency, which include AT&T-capable LTE and HSPA data. It has been hinted that the launch date of the NX will lead to shipments relatively soon. Part of the long-term evolution of cameras is that with mirrorless cameras, you have no optical viewfinder, though some models have an eye-level viewfinder. HSPA stands for High Speed Package Access, whose improved downlink results in a reduction of the cost per bit and enhances support for high-performance packet data applications.
According to 4G, an online technology center, “The overall objective for LTE is to provide an extremely high performance radio-access technology that offers full vehicular speed mobility and that can readily coexist with HSPA and earlier networks.”
The Samsung group has a Galaxy S4 and S3 Android 4.3 update that will be offered through AT&T, with a predicted date for this update of November 11, 2013. Both of these devices will have the update before the end of December. It is already available on other versions of the handset as Android 4.3. JellyBean started rolling out the LTE international model last week.
The business race is on to capture the market for updated cell phones and the smarter technology they provide to the consumer. This long-term evolution of consumer products is a necessary change. Although AT&T has recently reported profits that exceeded the predictions of Wall Street, the communications company did not meet the expectations of other economic analysts. Getting ahead in camera and phone technology should bring the added boost that AT&T is searching for in order to corner the market. That means continuing the long-term revolution in cell phones and cameras, so as to bring the best and smartest technology into its consumers hands.
One of AT&T’s stumbling blocks is Verizon. Verizon’s ability to sign up new customers is well ahead of AT&T’s, with 927,000 new service contracts added already in 2013. Fortunately, AT&T has made good profits in its 3rd quarter, (July through September), totaling $3.81 billion, or 72 cents per share. The year before, its shares were 63 cents a share, and sales were $3.63 billion.
AT&T has always performed well in coverage area issues for their cell phones. The harder hill for the billion dollar corporation to climb is to stay relevant and ahead of its competition, which would mean the adoption of LTE, or Long Term Evolution. The software for the Samsung group Android updates brings many changes, including KNOX, Galaxy Gear compatibility, improved performance with graphics, improved stability of user interface, and security. KNOX provides security enhancements for Android access controls. Galaxy Gear is a smartwatch support to most of Samsung’s phones in the United States.
For companies like AT&T and Verizon, leaders in the field of communications and other forms of smart technology, long-term evolution of products will be a number one concern in the coming years. This Samsung group LTE consists of the bottom line for AT&T to continue to capture the consumer’s imagination with the things most Americans have in hand: Cell phones and cameras.
Written by Lisa Pickering