AT&T has launched another one of its six messaging handsets that debuted at CTIA 2009. In addition to the LG Xenon, you can now get the Samsung Propel Pro for $149.99 with a two-year contract.
The Propel Pro is a lot like the Samsung Propel, with a slider form factor and full QWERTY keyboard, but the Pro is designed more for business users and adds Windows Mobile 6.1 along with a toned-down look that's more appropriate for the board room. The smartphone certainly dazzles with its chrome finish, but does it shine from the inside out as well? Find out in our full review of the Samsung Propel Pro.
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