>> Bonnie: Hi I'm Bonnie Cha, Senior Editor at CNET.com and we're here at CTIA 2009 taking a first look at the Samsung Propel Pro;
this was actually announced a couple days before the show and it is a messaging Smartphone running Windows Mobile's 6.1 for AT&T.
As you can see it's really nice and shiny and it has a very bright screen here, it's not a touch-screen though so you'll have to use
the navigation buttons below here. It is a slider phone, you've got a full QWERTY keyboard and messaging is the key here. So far
I've only used it for a couple of minutes but the keyboard looks pretty useable and it's similar to the Samsung Propel which was announced
earlier this year and released as well for AT&T. Running Windows Mobile's 6.1, like I said, Standard Edition, has 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth.
Also has a 3 megapixel camera here on the back; this will be available on April 1st for $149.99 with a 2 year contract. Again, looks
pretty promising, very shiny, nice sleek messaging Smartphone, hopefully we'll get it in soon to take a better look at it. I'm Bonnie
Cha and this has been your first look at the Samsung Propel Pro.
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