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If there's some pressing matter that's preventing you from making it out to an AT&T store, there's a plan B you might want to investigate now that the carrier's website has started offering the Samsung Eternity for sale. It'll run you the same $149.99 on contract after rebate that it's going fo

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We know about most of these handsets, but it's always fun to get a few final views before they're officially announced and made available, isn't it? phoneArena has what must be the complete (or close to it) lineup from Samsung for the US market in the next few months all in one place, showing the a

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As you very well know, we're within that all-important launch window for AT&T's Samsung Eternity, and we've got this strange, inexplicable feeling the release date will be sooner rather than later. Why? We're glad you asked! Because a plethora of user guide shots have already leaked, practically

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We know with near certainty that the a867 Eternity will be one of those TouchWiz-enabled phones Samsung decided to chat up yesterday, and now, we think we have a price. We're hearing that AT&T has the a867 pegged at $99.99 on contract after mail-in rebate -- or so says an internal price sheet, a

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Samsung's definitely up to some serious strategery for a fall / winter assault on AT&T, starting with that funky a637 that just launched and continuing on through high-drama rumors of Omnias, BlackJack IIIs, and pretty much everything in between. We're starting to get some solid intel on the a8

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phoneArena has cobbled together all the details it could dig up on a trio of Samsungs apparently destined for AT&T, and needless to say, we're not looking at your average anonymous midrange flips here (and kudos to that, by the way). First up is the A767 \"Sangria,\" which apparently borrows the

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