Whether you know it as the AT&T 8925, the HTC Kaiser, or the HTC TyTN II, this highly anticipated Windows Mobile 6smart phone officially got its crowning today as the AT&T Tilt. And we'd say the name is quite fitting, given that it has a slide-out screen that tilts 40 degrees for a better viewing angle. However, this smart phone isn't just about the innovative design. It's packed to the gills with features for the mobile professional, and though we've only had a chance to play with a preproduction unit, we think it'll sell like hotcakes. The AT&T Tilt will be available starting October 5 for $299.99 with a two-year contract. You can get all the juicy details in our full preview, and be sure to check back Thursday morning for our photo gallery.
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