The AT&T Tilt (8925) is official. This ship was leakier than a sunken pirate ship, the successor to the 8525 is finally here. The important specs: Windows Mobile 6, Mobile Office, 2.8-inch screen, GPS w/ TeleNav, Push to Talk, standard IM program, slide-out and fold-up keyboard, glorious HTC-style QWERTY keys, Wi-Fi, 3-megapixel camera, Push Email, 3G HSDPA—but no TouchFlo on the top level like the Touch (seems like they're saving that for "Touch" designated phones). $US299 with two-year contract starting Friday October 5. [AT&T via Press Release]
AT&T Tilt is Official
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