Alongside Nokia E71x, today AT&T has also announced no less than three new Samsung handsets and two from LG (we’ll cover these a bit later).
The Samsung devices are: Samsung Propel Pro, Samsung Impression and Samsung Magnet.
As seen in some images leaked about two months ago, Samsung Propel Pro is a Wi-Fi enabled Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, and it comes as an evolved version of the old Samsung Propel.
The Propel Pro will be available sometime in April, for as low as $149.99.
Samsung Impression is, in fact, that rumored Samsung A877 Jackfrost (Impression sounds better, doesn’t it?).
The handset comes with: “the nation’s first commercially available AMOLED screen” – a 3.2 inch one –, a full QWERTY keyboard, “full browser” and a 3MP camera.
Customers will be able to get the Samsung Impression staring April 7, for $199.99.
Lastly, Samsung Magnet is yet another QWERTY phone, but only a low-cost one. It comes as a candybar with features like “integrated camera” and “WAP browser”.
AT&T didn’t say when Samsung Magnet will be available and neither how much it costs.
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