HP iPaq Glisten going to AT&T

HP-iPaq-Glisten-SmartphoneAT&T are about to launch the HP iPaq Glisten on to their network. The phone runs the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system and has a 2.0 inch AMOLED screen along with a full QWERTY keyboard on the front of the device.

The display on the Glisten is touchscreen allowing for easy navigation around the menus on the phone. The phone it’s self was created with the professional in mind (whoever that is) and allows easy access to Microsoft Exchange and other features that a professional/business user needs while on the move.

The iPaq Glisten has plenty of connectivity available with the phone working on 3G networks. Wi-fi 802.11b/g is also included along with Bluetooth 2.0. A GPS receiver can also be found in the phone allowing for software such as TomTom navigator to be used.

For storage the phone has 256MB of SDRAM and 512MB of flash. A microSD slot is included on the device allowing for memory cards to be used with a capacity up to 32GB in size.

The phone will cost $299 when launched and AT&T require that you sign up for a two year contract with them.

Via: HP, Geeky Gadgets and Slippery Brick

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