The new Samsung SGH-A717
clamshell phone and the Samsung SGH-A727
bar-style phone will be soon available from AT&T.
(12.9 mm) and A727 (8.9 mm) are AT&T's slimmest 3G mobile phones to date.
Both handsets will support the upcoming AT&T Video Share service. This service allows users to add a live, one-way video stream to voice calls. Of course, both sides should have Video Share enabled on their phones.
AT&T's Mobile Music service lets customers use Napster or Yahoo! Music to load music onto the phones, and also includes Music ID, XM Radio, music videos, The Buzz music news portal, and more.
Other services and features are listed below.A717 and A727's features
- 2.0 and 1.3Mpix cameras respectively
- Quad-band GSM technology (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
- Dual-band 3G (850/1900 MHz)
- Bluetooth 2.0
- microSD memory card slot
- SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging and Mobile Email
- Access to MobiTV and MobiRadio
will be available June 4th from selected AT&T retailers and online. The SGH-A727
will appear in several weeks. The A717 and A727 cost $149.99 and $99.99 respectively, after a 2-year customer agreement and a $50 mail-in rebate.