AT&T has launched the long-awaited replacement to the BlackJack II in the Samsung Epix.
The Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device features a QVGA touch display, quadband GSM/EDGE, triband UMTS/HSDPA access, Wi-Fi radio, directional pad that doubles as an optical mouse, QWERTY keyboard, 2.0 megapixel camera with video recorder, GPS support through AT&T Navigator, microSDHC expansion slot, speakerphone, and Bluetooth with stereo audio support.
The device is now available from AT&T online for $449.99 with No Commitment or $299.99 with new 2 year agreement, an additional $100 instant online discount, and additional $100 prepaid Visa mail-in rebate card, bringing the grand total to $99.99.
2 responses to “AT&T Launches Samsung Epix”
Wow, what a lovely device. I hope it’s got a decent processor in it, as the former BJs had wimpy cpus. Too bad we don’t have ATT 3G down here where I live, but of course, everywhere ELSE I’ve been in the country it’s up and running.
Oh my. I just checked the coverage map for my city and lo and behold, it’s BLUE!! (3G) :))) It wasn’t last time I checked last Friday lol. Definitely time to check out this new sammy. AT&T doesn’t list the processor specs but a little googling should provide that info. Nice.