Sunday, 14 April 2013

AT&T HTC Pure Release & Pricing Confirmed

Having spent the weekend covering predominantly cell phone news, we
start the week with yet more phone related news thanks to AT T just
confirming that the TouchFLO 3D touting HTC Pure smartphone is up for
grabs via AT T s online portal as well as AT T stores as of now.
Offering an �advanced touch experience that is optimized for one-hand
use the Windows Mobile Professional 6.5 touting, Qualcomm MSM7200A
powered HTC Pure, in terms of key features, apart from boasting HTCs
much praised TouchFLO 3D UI, sports a 3.2 � 480 x 800 resolution TFT
touchscreen supporting handwriting recognition, a 5 megapixel primary
camera supplemented by a secondary front facing camera to facilitate
video calling and, of course, you can also factor in pretty expensive
PMP capabilities courtesy of Windows Media Player offering MPEG4, H.263,
H.264 video and MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, WAV, AMR audio file format
support.

Offered under the premise of providing �the most sophisticated features
to a broad consumer audience looking for the professional benefits of a
smartphone the AT T HTC Pure, which AT T state is to lead their Windows
phone lineup into 2010, as noted above, is rolling out today and will
set you back just shy of $150 following a mail-in rebate based on
signing yourself away for two years.
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