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HTC First

nfc enabled htc first facebook home phone

The Facebook NFC Phone The HTC First is the first featuring Home by Facebook. Soon “Facebook Home” will be available from the Play store for some other phones (free download). But on the First it will be more deeply integrated. Available for; HTC One X HTC One X+ Samsung GALAXY S III Samsung GALAXY Note …

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Samsung Galaxy Express

samsung galaxy express with nfc chip at ATT

NFC enabled Samsung Galaxy Express at ATT A handset with mid-range specs for those who don’t need/want the latest high-end phone. The Samsung Galaxy Express has an NFC chip, you can read / write NFC tags and share with the Beam NFC app. It’s approved by VISA and Mastercard, probably soon an “ISIS ready” phone …

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LG Escape w/ NFC chip

LG Escape LTE with nfc chip for ATT USA

LG Escape w/ NFC chip LG Escape, a new NFC enabled 4G LTE phone for AT&T USA. “For consumers on a budget.” The LG Escape; – Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) – 4 GB onboard memory – option to add up to 32 GB with a microSD card – Near Field Communication, Android Beam and …

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august ’12, first 5 NFC enabled mobile phones approved for ISIS mobile wallet

5 NFC enabled handsets approved for ISIS mobile wallet. An overview from Mastercard, shows 5 nfc enabled smartphones approved for ISIS mobile virtual wallet. Also information about the carrier; HTC one X – AT&T HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE – Verizon HTC Amaze 4G – T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3 – AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Samsung …

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Sony Xperia ion

Sony Xperia ion NFC 4G LTE android handset for AT&T

NFC enabled Sony Xperion ion The Xperia ion nfc is Sony s 4G LTE version of the Xperia S. Less internal storage and a bit larger 4.6-inch screen but otherwise shares the same specifications. The ion is exclusive to AT&T in the US. update july ’12; Also for sale in the Sony store! update july …

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NFC in the USA

Google wallet tap and pay requires Android 4.4 (KitKat) or higher on any US carrier network.