Samsung Propel Pro, Samsung Magnet, And Samsung Impression Announced By AT&T

Posted: Mar 30 2009, 1:38am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:38pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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AT&T announces three new Samsung phones just ahead of the CTIA 2009 with the Samsung Propel Pro, Samsung Magnet, and Samsung Impression.
The Samsung Propel Pro is a smartphone featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, Windows Mobile 6.1, Wi-Fi, and enterprise applications. The Samsung Propel Pro sells for $149.99 in April (Pay $199.99 and after mail-in rebate, receive a $50 AT&T promotion card).
The Samsung Impression is the first commercially available AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) phone in the United States according to AT&T. The Samsung Impression is a touchscreen phone on the outside, all buttons on the inside. On sale for $199.99 (pay $249.99 and after mail-in rebate, receive a $50 AT&T promotion card.), the Samsung Impression has an included 3.0 megapixel camcorder-capable camera, 3.2-inch screen and full browser to maximize every pixel of color.

The Samsung Magnet is a low-end bar-shaped device that will appeal to teens who need a low-cost, quick messaging phone. Features of the Samsung Magnet include a full keyboard, 2.0 megapixel camera, and access to Instant Messaging, Mobile Email, AT&T Music, and the mobile Internet.
Via the AT&T site.

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