Tuesday, March 17, 2009

AT&T rumored to launch a number of new devices in the coming months

Samsung Propel Pro – Basically, it’s an enhanced version of the Propel running Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard. Some are reporting the device will be available March 17 and some March 19. The slider phone flaunts a full QWERTY which looks rather cramped. The Propel Pro runs on AT&T’s 3G network and features an optical mouse.

Nokia E71x – While it’s not the “Piranha” which was rumored to be debuting, this is still a device AT&T customers should get pretty amped over. Not many carriers in the states carry Nokia smartphones. This device is said to make its debut on March 24. This Symbian device will cost somewhere around $150 with a 2-year contract. [photo]

Samsung Impression – This TouchWiz-running device comes equipped with a landscape sliding QWERTY and a 3 megapixel camera with geotagging.

LG Zenon – The Zenon is a 3G-capable GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA device with a full QWERTY, 3 megapizel camera, Wi-Fi and a GPS.

Samsung Black Jack III – This device has been referred to as the BJ2, but according to Engadget it is probably the Black Jack III since the Black Jack II has been on the market for some time now.

Sony Ericsson C905 – This little bugger has an 8.1 megapixel camera and has already hit the market in the UK. There have been reports of staggering return rates due to firmwire meltdowns and speaker faults, so I would wait until those problems are ironed out until purchasing. Who knows, that might even push back the release here in the states.

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