Turn your attention to the 5 upcoming AT&T phones as the carrier has sure cracked the code to attract eager shoppers if it’s a mobile device that you want to treat yourself to this holiday season. The impressive list that AT&T has jotted down boasts of some distinguished phones on platforms like Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone and well, they won’t burn a huge hole in your pocket either. Scroll down to find out more.
1 – HTC Titan:
The first in the list of AT&T phones is the HTC Titan which for a change, runs the Windows Phone 7.5 platform unlike most others from its clan high on Android. This Mango device packs in a powerful CPU with a processing speed of 1.5GHz in addition to 512MB RAM. The front panel of this 9.9mm thin device dons a huge 4.7-inch multi-touch display of 480 x 800 pixel resolutions.
Negating the need to carry a digital camera, this smartphone’s 8MP snapper features dual LED flash, a BSI sensor along with an f/2.2 lens and lets you capture memories even in poor lighting conditions. And to keep in touch with family and friends, you can either indulge in video conferencing using the 1.3MP camera or access social networks such as Facebook, Twitter or Windows Live. This multitasking device will set you back by $199.99 along with a customer agreement.
2 – Samsung Captivate Glide:
The next AT&T offering makes for a neat texting device as it not only offers the intuitiveness of a touchscreen, but also allows quick typing on its slide-out QWERTY keypad. The Samsung Captivate Glide employs a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, while boasting of the Android Gingerbread platform. This black beauty is adorned by a 4-inch Super AMOLED display offering 480 x 800p resolutions. Both cameras on the device are on par with the HTC Titan. The 8MP rear-facing shooter with LED flash records high definition 720p videos, while the 1.3MP front-facing webcam allows online video chatting. The multimedia-ready device sports an expandable slot supporting memory cards of up to 32GB. This puppy costs $149.99 from the carrier.
3 – Samsung DoubleTime:
Not many may know that a certain South Korean giant has engineered a phone with dual screens and a flip QWERTY keyboard all crammed into a compact form factor. But now that the fact has been established, the Android based Samsung DoubleTime which makes itself available in a color scheme of white and pink, is equipped with a 3.2MP camera and 3.2-inch multi-touch screen with resolutions of 320 x 480p.
Running on the Froyo platform, it draws power from a 600MHz processor and comes with memory of 260MB which can be expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card. Featuring five homescreens and an expandable menu with scrolling panels, the device is inclusive of drag and drop widgets as well as dedicated function keys for instant access to applications. This phone carries a modest price tag of $49.99.
4 – Pantech Pocket:
And for those who do not wish to splurge, but want to take home a feature-rich device anyway, we have the Pantech Pocket for you on our roster of AT&T phones. This Gingerbread based device is apt for social butterflies who like keeping a tab on their friends, be it through messaging or networking websites. The broad phone sports a 4-inch SVGA touchscreen which displays a wide-profile virtual keyboard to facilitate comfortable typing. The huge display also adds to the web browsing experience as well as navigation and entertainment on the move. Its 5MP snapper records HD videos and its internal memory is expandable up to 32GB with the aid of a microSD card. The communication options include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, while it can also act as a mobile hotspot. Such features at a price of $49.99, sure seem like a safe bet.
5 – 3G BlackBerry Curve 9360:
The last addition to our AT&T phones roster is the slim and stylish BlackBerry smartphone which comes with the advantage of a physical QWERTY keypad and the company’s famous messaging service is sure to turn more than a few heads. Besides ensuring accurate typing through its keypad, the ergonomically designed device also features an optical trackpad to facilitate one-handed navigation. The front panel is dominated by a high resolution display spanning 2.44 inches.
It operates with the latest BlackBerry 7 OS which is said to augment the internet browsing experience. The integrated Facebook application lets you instantly upload pictures and videos to your account which were captured through the 5MP HD camera. And needless to say, this Wi-Fi enabled handset will let you access the BlackBerry App World. Additionally, the communication options of the RIM smartphone also include NFC capabilities for a better data sharing experience. The price tag attached to the Curve 9360 reads $29.99.
So here we draw our lineup of upcoming AT&T phones to an end and for all those who have set their hearts on one of these devices, allow us to inform you that you will not have to wait for long to flaunt it. All these AT&T offerings will be out on November 20.