AT&T to introduce first environment friendly 4G-enabled Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate

Telecom Lead America: Telecom major AT&T will launch
the Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate on its 4G LTE network on June 10, 2012.


The Exhilarate will be available in all AT&T
channels for $49.99 with a two-year agreement. The company said that Galaxy
Exhilarate is the first AT&T 4G LTE smartphone to obtain UL Platinum
certification from UL Environment, a business unit of Underwriters


“AT&T is committed to developing and supporting products,
like the Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate, that enable consumers to reduce their
environmental impact without sacrificing features or the ability to enjoy a
world-class smartphone experience,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice
president, Devices, AT&T Mobility.


The new smartphone is a part of AT&T’s eco-rating
system, which will be unveiled later this summer.


“We’re working hard every day to empower consumer
choice and provide consumers with more options in-store as part of our ongoing
commitment to sustainability,” Bradley added.


The Exhilarate features a rear casing made from 80
percent recycled (post-consumer waste) material. The smartphone is packaged
with a low-load, energy-efficient charger that alerts customers when the device
is fully charged.


The device boasts a 4-inch touchscreen Super AMOLED
display, a dual core 1.2 GHz Scorpion processor, voice recognition and access
to AT&T U-verse Live TV.


In addition, it also features a 5-megapixel auto-focus
rear-facing camera that lets you record videos in 720p HD and a 1.3 megapixel
front-facing camera.


AT&T will also offer two custom case options by
Incipio. These ECO SILICRYLIC cases are made from a combination of
biodegradable and recycled materials.


AT&T introduces new global packages to international


Recently, AT&T introduced a new lineup of AT&T
Data Global Add-On packages for its wireless customers.


The company says that new packages will allow both
consumer and business customers to enjoy data services while traveling


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