AT&T Tilt Smartphone

AT&T Tilt

The AT&T Tilt is one of the latest mobile phones released in 2007 that runs on Window Mobile 6 Professional Edition. It has a QVGA 240 x 320 touch screen (that comes with a stylus) but it also works well with finger scrolling and panning; a Windows Mobile Today Screen themes and HTC’s plugin with shortcuts to a few applications along with plugins for TeleNav and AT&T Xpress Mail.

What’s cool about this device is that it has WiFi capabilities, Bluetooth support, a 3 megapixel camera with autofocus lens, an integrated GPS, and a slideout QWERTY keypad in which you can "tilt" your phone into 40 degrees for easier viewing (hence the name).

You can send and receive e-mail and multimedia messages easily, browse through the Internet, watch streaming videos, listen to satellite radio, or download your own music through AT&T Music and Video, all at broadband speed.

However, there are some things that can be seen as bothersome with the Tilt. For one, it’s bulky, even thicker than many smartphones today. Its speakerphone quality is not impressive, the talk-time battery life is quite short, and the picture quality is subpar (considering it’s a 3 megapixel camera).

Overall, the AT&T Tilt promises to be the a powerful smartphone for business users with its full range of wireless options, Windows Mobile 6, and a unique tilt screen.

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