The Cingular 8525 is the carrier's first HSDPA/UMTS smart phone, so you should enjoy broadband-like connection speeds on this device. In other words, it's fast. Read full review
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... but it's also a phone. The Cingular 8525 is a full-featured smart phone running Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC Phone Edition and sports a 2.8-inch touch screen. Read full review
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The right side of the device hosts the power on/off button, a shortcut to the Communication Manager, and a camera activation button. Read full review
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On the bottom of the 8525, you have an infrared port, a battery release switch, a reset hole, and a mini USB port. Read full review
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Pocket PC phones have a tendency to be clunky and unwieldy, but the Cingular 8525 is actually quite manageable. It has a solid construction and feels comfortable to hold. Read full review
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Though you get the standard array of navigation buttons, the controls and layout are fairly cramped so take care not to press the wrong key. Read full review
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At 6.2 ounces, the Cingular 8525 is on the heftier side, so it'll add some weight to your bag. The smart phone also comes packaged with a belt holster. Read full review
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The Cingular 8525 boasts a fairly spacious QWERTY keyboard with tactile buttons for easy messaging. However, the two soft keys above it are a bit too close to the slide-up cover. Read full review
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The smart phone features a handy scroll wheel (a la BlackBerry), so you can easily navigate the 8525 with one hand. Nice. There's also a push-to-talk key, but this feature won't be activated until early 2007. Read full review
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Though the micro SD format isn't widespread, we still appreciate the expandable media. Read full review
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The Cingular 8252 one-ups its predecessor, the Cingular 8125, with its 2-megapixel camera. There's also a built-in flash, a self-portrait mirror, and a lever to switch to macro mode for close-up shots. Read full review
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