News of Note—T-Mobile’s ONEUnlimited 55+, Samsung’s leadership, AT&T and Huawei, Google’s Pixel and more

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> T-Mobile announced its new ONE Unlimited 55+ pricing option, which the carrier said will give Americans age 55 and up two lines of unlimited data service for $60 per month. The offering is clearly targeted at Verizon, which continues to commend a significant share of subscribers over the age of 55. Release

> Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong could get 12 additional years in prison over his role in a corruption scandal in South Korea. Engadget article

> Google has discounted its Pixel phones by roughly $200, a potential indication the company will release an update to the model in the near future. Verge article

> A new report indicates that AT&T might sell Huawei’s flagship smartphone sometime next year. AndroidAuthority article

> Amazon said it has resumed sales of Blu phones after a “false alarm” over users’ privacy. Phone Scoop article

> An NXP activist investor is working to increase Qualcomm’s purchase price for the chipmaker. Mobile World Live article

> AT&T will exclusively sell the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active smartphone. Droid Life article