What is the point of investing $ 100 million in a mobile payment system, if you do not have the goods to back it up? AT and T could be the adoption of this philosophy, starting with the Galaxy S II . With the help of eagle eyes Android dev François Simond, we conducted a thorough analysis of the last bead Ma Bell and discovers that he is suffering from NFC. In addition to containing the kernel drivers and APK pre-installed system files also indicate the device operates in a mode called NDEF – short for NFC Data Exchange Format. We were not able to determine if the handset will be able to make payments, but the presence of near-field communications in the S Galaxy II is certainly a good sign. T-Mobile is keeping a tight lid on his version for the moment, preventing us from obtaining an in-depth look, but FCC filings confirm that it will contain and NFC.
The third handset announced last night the Epic Touch 4G does not contain any of the NFC. After further analysis, we discovered something else perhaps more worrying is using the WiMAX module itself (cmc732) as the Samsung 4G Nexus S , a handset that was dealing with problems performance when it was first published (these concerns were eventually resolved in a later update ). In this case, it is unclear whether this means that we will relive the painful experience again, or if it will come with the firmware improved to ensure it does not take the same path as his brother 4G . We begin to understand the mysteries, people, and we will continue to fill you with us to learn more. If you are considering one of these three beautiful models , these findings will influence your decision in a particular direction?