It looks like the HTC Titan II isn’t the only new smartphone that’s going to be launched by AT&T on March 18.
If BGR’s reports (here and here) are correct, the second largest US mobile carrier will introduce other four handsets on that day – including the Nokia Lumia 900, which will join the Titan II in becoming one of AT&T’s first Windows Phone LTE devices.
It’s said that the Lumia 900 (pictured above) will cost only $99.99 on contract – that would be a wise decision from Nokia, Microsoft and AT&T, since the 900 can’t really stand next to the latest dual-core Android handsets on the market.
Speaking of Android, the other three devices that will be available at AT&T starting March 18 are based on it.
First we have the Samsung Galaxy Note, the 5.3 inch smartphone-tablet hybrid, which should cost $299.99 on contract. The other two handsets haven’t been officially announced yet, and are the Samsung Rugby Smart ($99.99 on contract – this could be a rugged device), and the AT&T Fusion ($124.99 on contract). We’ll bring you more details as soon as we get them.
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