AT&T’s Pantech Duo finally has a successor: Pantech Matrix PRO, a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone that was officially unveiled today.
Looking sleeker than the old Duo, the brand new Matrix PRO is 22 mm thick, but that’s obviously because it packs two sliding keyboards: a QWERTY and an alphanumeric one.
Apart from that, Pantech Matrix PRO (not to be mistaken for the Pantech Matrix, which isn’t a smartphone anyway), also features quad-band GSM and tri-band HSDPA connectivity, built-in GPS to work with AT&T Navigator, a 2MP camera, video share support, Bluetooth and so on.
The resolution of its display is not known for the moment, but it’s probably the same old QVGA one (yup, it’s confirmed – QVGA).
Pantech Matrix PRO will be on sale via AT&T starting February 24, for $179.99 with a 2-yr contract agreement.
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