AT&T’s HTC Tilt getting BlackBerry Connect

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By snooping around some early documents for AT&T’s unreleased Tilt, PDAStreet has confirmed that the HTC device will support BlackBerry Connect. In terms of specs, “the quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE smartphone should support AT&T’s UMTS/HSDPA 3G data network and include GPS, a 2.8 megapixel camera, 400MHZ CPU, a Windows Mobile 6-friendly 128MB of RAM, 256MB of ROM, a microSD slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, and high-capacity 1500mAH battery.” Release date is sometime soon, so if you’re in the market for push e-mail and 3G, this could be an option for you. When it eventually does hit the shelves, you’ll be looking at a $500 pricetag and two-years signed away.

4 Responses to “AT&T’s HTC Tilt getting BlackBerry Connect”

  1. 1 Moe

    I wouldn’t buy it for that much of the price. but if you lower the price, and add the front camara, I will love to get it, otherwise I good with my sidekick and thanks but no thanks I don’t like at&t because it cost too much for their internet service. at&t is kind of play stupid on that part, hey listen if they lower their set price as well their internet price, they could surly take over tmobile customer in just a few days…so hey at&t its a free advice from a tmobile customer who has been using tmobile just for the internet service. I wouldn’t get paid from you guys but hey I could pay you if you just simply implement this advice.

  2. 2 Stephen

    will the HTC touch working with Blackberry?

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