The New AT&T 8525
The AT&T 8525 is a feature-rich Windows Mobile Pocket PC providing access to your personal or corporate email, Internet, and your critical personal or business applications—all at broadband speeds. And with simultaneous voice and data functionality, you won’t miss a call when surfing the web or responding to email.

Music, messaging and a camera, of course, but also Windows Mobile 5 so you can cook up Word, Excel or PowerPoint files while on the go. With a large, high resolution touch screen and a slide out QWERTY keyboard, viewing work documents or playing games is a no-brainer. Use it to show presentations at a client meeting, and then to catch a movie on the plane home. Go ahead, create your own possibilities.

These features are available via a software upgrade free to all customers with Cingular 8525 / 8500 phones. Most AT&T 8525 phones will have this software when you purchase it. (Check the label behind the battery, If you do not see PTT on the top right, you will want to upgrade your software.

The good: The AT&T 8525 is the first UMTS/HSDPA smart phone to be offered in the United States. It has integrated Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and supports AT&T's new music, video, and location-based services. The Windows Mobile device also has push e-mail capabilities, a 2-megapixel camera, a spacious QWERTY keyboard, and good call quality.

The badThe bad: The AT&T 8525 is on the heavier side and the navigation array is a bit cramped. The smart phone is also pricey.


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