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AT&T and HP introduce HP iPAQ Glisten 3G World Phone
Posted on 25-Nov-2009 08:03. | Tags Filed under: News.


AT&T and HP introduce HP iPAQ Glisten 3G World Phone
AT&T and HP have announced the new HP iPAQ Glisten, a feature-rich 3G world phone featuring the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. The iPAQ Glisten offers a touch-friendly user interface and improved browser with Flash support.

Users can easily move between work and leisure with advanced mobile e-mail capabilities, built-in Wi-Fi and GPS functionality as well as rich multimedia features and applications. AT&T supports Windows Marketplace for Mobile for access to a variety of applications.

The iPAQ Glisten features a full QWERTY keyboard and five-way directional pad for fast, easy and accurate messaging including SMS/MMS and e-mail. The touch-enabled AMOLED screen, among the best displays on the market, allows users to easily navigate through menus, windows, and links with the touch of a finger.

"iPAQ Glisten adds to our innovative Windows Phone portfolio," said Michael Woodward, vice president, Mobile Phone Portfolio, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. "It meets the demands of our business customers while boasting a beautiful AMOLED touch screen and a full package of multimedia features."

"The iPAQ Glisten packs a powerful punch with its multiple input methods, variety of connectivity options, and a familiar, consistent email experience that allows mobile professionals to connect with the people and information that matter most to them," said Susan Macke, vice president, Marketing, Handheld Global Business Unit, Personal Systems Group, HP. "Our strategy for success in growing the iPAQ business and customer base is working with industry leaders, like AT&T and Microsoft, and leveraging our collective strengths in the business and prosumer markets."

Power users stay more connected with Outlook calendaring, Microsoft Word and Excel as well as the ability to view Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF documents. The HP iPAQ Glisten gives users the ability to manage a single contact list and synchronize them wirelessly or with a PC using a supported e-mail account. It also comes with an integrated inbox that summarizes recent emails, calls, and texts.

The HP iPAQ Glisten will be available in the coming weeks for US$229.99. The smartphone will be available through AT&T business services, HP corporate sales, small and medium business and consumer Websites at AT&T.com and HP.com as well as through third-party e-commerce sites.


More information: http://www.wireless.att.com/businesscenter/hp...

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