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Not only will Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge stay on Nougat for all eternity after all, but the two spring 2015 flagships have had their security updates terminated as well.
Android 7.0 Nougat is most likely the final major update for AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Active, so you better enjoy it.
AT&T hits back at T-Mobile's "best deal ever" by renewing its popular buy-one-get-one program for a few high-end Samsung and LG models.
It sure took AT&T a long time to "optimize" Android Marshmallow goodies for the Galaxy S6 Active, but the 2015 rugged flagship is at last upgraded OTA.
While you weren't looking, AT&T confirmed both the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and its early addition to the network's BOGO program.
Pretty much. But VentureBeat's Evan Blass is telling of a Galaxy S7 Active that's more like the Galaxy S7 than the Galaxy S7 edge.
The One A9, the Galaxy S7 edge, the LG G5 and the Lumia 950 are just some of the many phones participating in this BOGO offer at AT&T.
Samsung intends to make waves with the design of the AT&T-exclusive Galaxy S7 Active, it seems, as color options should include a controversial gold.
The question is not if the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is real, but when will it see daylight on AT&T and exactly how large and powerful is it?
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active looks even more likely to gracefully handle bumps and drops than its predecessor, at least in pre-release prototype form.
Learn how the Samsung Good Lock app for Galaxy phones gives users new configuration options for their lockscreens and notification shades.
Whether you think it's necessary or not, an extra-rugged Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is almost certainly in the pipeline.
The next member of the Galaxy Active family may be in testing at AT&T under the Samsung Poseidon name.
We sure seem to be looking at evidence of a new Samsung Galaxy Active model, but is it a Galaxy S7 Active or something else?
The Samsung Galaxy S6 can be had free on AT&T, as long as you're willing to actually pay for another S6, an S6 Edge, Edge+ or Note 5.
What if we had to quit our jobs as smartphone reviewers and go out into the great beyond with one daily driver for two years? We have plenty of answers.
Nearly six months after its initial 32GB-only release, there's a 64GB Galaxy S6 Active ready to buy at AT&T.
The Samsung Galaxy Active Neo is officially the smallest, cheapest member of its rugged smartphone family, at least in Japan.
Too often these days, the fit and finish of a device can take precedence over features and function. But whose fault is that?
Each is the zenith of its respective carrier's rugged lineup. Now see how the AT&T and Verizon heavyweights compare in Galaxy S6 Active vs Droid TURBO!
Ever since Google launched its augmented-reality game in 2012, people have been asking "what's the best phone for Ingress?" We might've just found it.
No time for a full review? No problem. Join us for the 60-second video edition of Pocketnow's Galaxy S6 Active review!
After three tries, Samsung finally nails the durable smartphone. Find out whether it's the phone for you in Pocketnow's Galaxy S6 Active review!