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AT&T Tilt first impressions: Worth sticking with AT&T for

AT&T Tilt first impressions: Worth sticking with AT&T for

I'm just going to unzip my honesty trousers and say I'm jealous: mere hours after reporting that the AT&T Tilt will go on sale in the US tomorrow (for the princely sum of $299.99 with a two-year contract, natch), I find out that ZDNet's Matthew Miller has been playing with the smartphone for almost a week. Some things are plain unfair. Anyway, Matthew has not only grown to appreciate the Tilt's myriad talents, he's even come to appreciate AT&T by proxy.

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AT&T Tilt officially announced; launches Oct 5th for $300

AT&T Tilt officially announced; launches Oct 5th for $300

You may have seen picture upon picture of the AT&T Tilt, but have you smelt it?  No!  So come October 5th (that's tomorrow, as of my writing this, or yesterday if you're reading it on Saturday) stumble maniacally down to your nearest store and grab one; that's not exactly the message AT&T are going with, but at the end of the day the important thing is that for the grand sum of $299.99 and a cellular marriage of two years they'll give you HTC's latest WM6 smartphone.

 

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Live photos of AT&T Tilt

Live photos of AT&T Tilt

A picture speaks a thousand words, so here's 5,000 for you right here.  It's a good job, really, because while we've these pretty new photos of the AT&T Tilt (aka the HTC Kaiser, aka the HTC TyTN II) there's still not too much in the way of fresh information.  What we do have is a hint that AT&T will be launching the smartphone on October 1st, that is has Windows Mobile 6 and Push-to-Talk.

 

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AT&T getting Galaxy S with Samsung Captivate

AT&T getting Galaxy S with Samsung Captivate

Samsung's Galaxy S may have just dropped in on us earlier on today, but in a few months time it'll be making quite a splash on AT&T's network in the US.  The carrier has announced that it will be selling a rebadged, slightly redesigned version of the Galaxy S, the AT&T Samsung Captivate, "in the coming months"; still present are the Galaxy S' 4-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 16GB of internal storage and Android 2.1 OS.

There's also WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and HSPA for up to 7.2Mbps downloads, AT&T's network depending.  Samsung will preload their Social Hub, which pulls in Twitter, Facebook and MySpace messages, while AT&T will slap on their Navigator app and AT&T Family Map.  There'll also be the regular Google Android apps, including access to the Android Market, a multitouch-compatible browser and DLNA media streaming support.

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AT&T Samsung Mythic & Flight, Pantech Reveal & Impact all get Opera browser

AT&T Samsung Mythic & Flight, Pantech Reveal & Impact all get Opera browser

If you fancy a new phone from AT&T, but aren't too fussed about Windows Mobile 6.5, then the carrier has four more options for you to choose from.  Left to right you're looking at the Samsung Mythic, the Samsung Flight and the Pantech Reveal, which offer differing combinations of full touchscreen and hardware keyboard.  Meanwhile there's also the Pantech Impact, not pictured, with an OLED touchscreen and full QWERTY.

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AT&T and Best Buy phone launch details leak: nuvifone, Omnia 2, Chocolate Touch, more

AT&T and Best Buy phone launch details leak: nuvifone, Omnia 2, Chocolate Touch, more

Phone launch leaks a-plenty this weekend, as the Boy Genius Report scoops up a couple of interesting screenshots from Best Buy and AT&T.  According to the retailer, whose plans for August 23rd have been snapped below, in a couple of weeks time buyers will have the choice of several anticipated devices, including the T-Mobile Samsung Gravity 2 and the Verizon Omnia 2 and LG Chocolate Touch.

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