After a long break AT&T is once again bringing a Windows Phone 8 device from Samsung to its portfolio. The new addition is called Samsung ATIV S Neo and is available today from the carrier’s website and retail stores. The phone costs $99.99 with a new two-year contract or $349.99 if all you can muster is a one-year relationship. The ATIV S Neo is also available on AT&T Next for $21 per month. You want to walk away with the phone with no further obligations, AT&T will give you that opportunity in exchange for $419.99.
A new phone from Samsung is on its way to AT&T. No, this one does not belong to the Galaxy family. The carrier has confirmed that the Samsung ATIV S Neo will be available for purchase starting November 8th. The phone will set you back $99.99 with a new two-year contract. The device also will be available with AT&T Next for $21.00 per month. The next-generation ATIV S will be the first Windows Phone device from Samsung added to AT&T portfolio.
Sprint has just added a new Windows Phone device to its roster. The phone in question is rumored earlier the Samsung ATIV S Neo and it is a follow up to the ATIV S from last year. The handset costs $149.99 after $50 mail-in rebate and naturally you will be required to sign a new two-year service agreement with the carrier. The Samsung ATIV S Neo is very similar to its predecessor in terms of both the design and hardware, but with a few refreshing touches.
Engadget revealed an interesting screenshot loaded with phones to potentially be released on Sprint network soon. Three are as followed: BlackBerry Q10, Red HTC One, and the Ativ S Neo. The Q10 is expecting to arrive on August 20th, taking account to what Verizon and AT&T have priced their versions at $199.99 for the notorious BlackBerry phone. Look out for the Ativ S Neo to also hit the shelves in August, on the 16th. August 16 will also be the arrival date for the Red HTC One.