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AT&T now enabled on Windows Mobile 6 device

MUMBAI: US telecom major AT&T has launched AT&T Tilt, which is the first AT&T-enabled Windows Mobile 6 smart device.















It features a slide-out Qwerty keypad design, a 3-megapixel camera, 3G data speeds from AT&T’s UMTS/HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect network and complete global connectivity.

 

Designed by HTC the AT&T Tilt features a 2.8-inch colour screen that slides back to reveal a full Qwerty keyboard, then tilts up to position the screen perfectly for reading and creating e-mail, browsing online, using applications or just playing videos and games.


The AT&T Tilt supports Bluetooth 2.0, which allows for up to six Bluetooth devices to be wirelessly connected simultaneously to the device and also supports Bluetooth Stereo.


AT&T VP business voice/data and mobility products Michael Woodward says, "The AT&T Tilt is the most comprehensive wireless device on the market today. In addition to its innovative design, there is no device on the market that packs the number of features that are available on the Tilt."

 

The product features the latest version of TeleNav GPS NavigatorTM which provides GPS-enabled turn-by-turn voice and on-screen driving or walking directions, 3D moving maps and traffic delay alerts with one-click rerouting.


New features debuting with AT&T on the Tilt include address sharing, which allows users to share their current locations or the location of their favourite businesses with other mobile users.


The new version also includes reviews and ratings for nearby restaurants and allows customers to rate them directly from their AT&T mobile phone. Business users also can use TeleNav Track, a mobile workforce management solution that includes GPS-enabled tracking, timesheets, wireless forms, navigation, job dispatching and bar code scanning.


Inside the AT&T Tilt, users will have a wireless device at their disposal. With 3G broadband speed connectivity across the globe and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA capabilities that allow the Tilt to operate in Japan and Korea, customers have access to the more than 135 countries in which AT&T offers UMTS, Edge or GPRS international data roaming. Customers also can use AT&T’s industry-leading international wireless roaming coverage to make or receive a phone call in more than 190 countries.


At home, the AT&T Tilt provides access to AT&T‘s BroadbandConnect network in more than 170 major metropolitan areas across the US and coverage outside of 3G service areas is available via AT&T’s nationwide Edge network, the largest national high-speed wireless data network in the US.


AT&T’s Edge network is available in more than 13,000 cities and towns, and along some 40,000 miles of major highways. Users can also connect for an additional charge to wi-fi hotspots throughout the US— including any of the more than 10,000 AT&T-owned or branded hotspot locations in the U.S. and tens of thousands more abroad — through the built-in Wi-Fi functionality, supporting the 802.11b and g frequencies. They also can use the AT&T Tilt to link to corporate wireless local area networks or home Wi-Fi networks.


Users will also find the highest-resolution camera available on any AT&T mobile phone, with 3-megapixel resolution and auto-focus. The device also accommodates 4GB MicroSD flash memory cards and is capable of supporting up to 32GB MicroSD cards to expand storage for pictures, video, music and more.

 

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