Monday, March 30, 2009

AT&T announces six new handsets

AT&T just beefed up its device options with official word of six new handsets, including the delayed Nokia E71x. The new offerings include two smartphones (E71x and Samsung Propel Pro), three quick messaging devices (Samsung Impression and LG’s Neon and Xenon) and a candy bar (Samsung Magnet).

Nokia E71x
The thinnest smartphone on the market, the Nokia E71x, will be available in the coming weeks for $99.99 and features a black steel finish and award-winning design. The Nokia smartphone, based on S60 on Symbian OSTM offers the Wi-Fi and the flexibility of many Symbian-based applications, in addition to AT&T’s most popular services, including AT&T Navigator. The Nokia E71x is just 10 millimeters thin and will turn heads when you text friends, or check your corporate or personal email. Customers can learn more at

Samsung Propel Pro
The Propel Pro, a full-QWERTY silver and chrome compact slider smartphone with Windows Mobile 6.1 allows users to run full enterprise applications on the same platform they use to text and send photos. Evolving from the popular Samsung PropelTM, business users and consumers looking for a full-feature smartphone with Wi-Fi will look to the Propel Pro, available in April for $149.99.

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