Discontinued AT&T Tablets Following
Sony Tablet PCompare6 reviewThe Sony Tablet P reminds the Kyocera Echo with its dual-screen setup. Two 5.5-inch screens come with a resolution of 1024 x 480 pixels each. The S2 runs on a Tegra 2 chip and has a camera, while on the software side of things we have a custom-made user interface on top of the Android 3.2 Honeycomb.+ View Phone
Asus VivoTab RT LTECompare8.5 reviewThe Asus VivoTab RT carries over the famed Transformer line of Asus Android tablets concept, having its own keyboard/battery dock, and it sports the same 10.1" screen size. The slate, however, is running Windows RT, which is Windows 8 for ARM processor-based tablets, so it is powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. Other niceties include the generous 2GB of RAM, full USB 2.0 port, and an IPS display with the standard for this screen size 1366x768 pixels of resolution. There is an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back for the shutterbug in you, and 32GB of internal storage to store those pics and videos you take.+ View Phone
Samsung ATIV Tab 5Compare6.5 reviewThe Samsung ATIV Tab 5 (previously known as ATIV Smart PC) is an Intel Atom-based Windows 8 tablet with an 11.6-inch display and coming with a keyboard base. It comes with a battery life of the impressive 13.5 hours and Samsung’s S Pen built in.+ View Phone
Apple iPad 3 AT&TCompare9 reviewThe Apple iPad 3 for AT&T, or simply iPad, as it is officially called, is Apple's latest foray in the contemporary tablet market - a market the company single-handedly started about two years ago. Although the third-generation iPad remains the same on the outside (not a bad thing), it does bring a lot of improvements on the inside. First of all, it has a new screen resolution of 2048x1536 pixels, delivering an amazing for a tablet pixel density of 264 ppi. Another major improvement has to do with the processor of the device, which is now the so-called A5X - still a dual-core processor, but with a new quad-core GPU for outstanding graphics performance. The camera has also been given a boost and is now much more capable in terms of both photo- and video-taking. Finally, the new iPad 3 has been blessed with LTE connectivity. Additionally, all 4G iPads will also have global 3G capabilities, so you should be able to use 3G on most carriers around the world.+ View Phone
Lenovo IdeaTab A2107CompareThe Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 is an Android 4.0-based tablet. It comes with features like 7'' 1024 x 600 px display, 1.0GHz Cortex A9 processor, up to 16GB storage, up to 1GB RAM, A-GPS and 3G.+ View Phone
Samsung GALAXY Tab 8.9 LTECompare7.5 reviewThe Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE offers an 8.9 inch screen and thin design. It will has a dual-core 1.5GHz processor making sure that everything is done quickly. Back and front-facing shooters come in at 3MP and 2MP respectively and video is captured by the rear camera at 720p.+ View Phone
HTC JetstreamCompare7 reviewThe HTC Jetstream aka Puccini is a 10.1-inch tablet with Android Honeycomb which is one of the first devices compatible with AT&T's "true 4G" LTE network, deploying this year.+ View Phone
Apple iPadCompare8 reviewApple iPad is a 9.7-inch tablet that fills the gap between the iPhone and the Mac. There are 16, 32 or 64-gigabyte versions, each sporting a 1GHz Apple A4 processor and running Apple's iOS operating system, Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The battery of the iPad is rated to be able to hold up for a month in standby and 10 hours of use time.+ View Phone
Acer ICONIA TAB A501CompareAcer ICONIA TAB A501 is 10.1" Android 3.0 running tablet. It has dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 5MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, HDMI port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.+ View Phone
Samsung Galaxy Tab AT&TCompare7 reviewThis is the version of Samsung Galaxy Tab for AT&T. The device is a tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo sporting a 7" capacitive LCD display with 1024x600 pixels resolution, microSDHC card slot, Wi-Fi and 3MP camera with LED flash. Its browser is both Adobe Flash and HTML5 capable.+ View Phone
Discontinued AT&T tablets
This is a list of discontinued AT&T tablets that are no longer available for purchase from the carrier.
AT&T Mobility is the second largest cell phone carrier in the United States, providing service to over 107 million subscribers as of 2013. It operates a 3G GSM network, as well as 4G HSPA+ and LTE networks. It is owned by AT&T Inc. - the largest fixed telephony company in the United States.
Discontinued AT&T tablets