Getting a jump-start on CTIA 2009,
The two devices are expected to be in stores and online in the coming weeks, joining the carrier's four other new releases, the Samsung Impression, the Samsung Magnet, the LG Neon, and the LG Xenon.
The Nokia E71x has long been rumored for AT&T and is largely like the
The AT&T version comes in a sleek black and is currently the thinnest QWERTY smartphone on the market. The GPS-enabled device is compatible with AT&T Navigator for turn-by-turn directions, and it features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, HSDPA support, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. The E71x comes with a very attractive price tag of $99.99, with a two-year contract and after discounts and rebates.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Propel Pro beefs up the offerings of the
The Propel Pro will be available on April 1 for $149.99 with the standard contracts and rebates.
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