The HTC Touch Pro (Raphael) has been approved for AT&T under the name of Fuze. It will support HSUPA 850/1900 data network, and will have a customized TouchFLO 3D interface. That's all we know judging by the available info.
Motorola and AT&T have recently announced the the new MOTO Q Global handset, available exclusively to AT&T customers. This WM 6.1-based smartphone comes in Silver color and costs just $149.99 with a two-year contract and qualified voice and data plans. See the full speclist below.MOTO Q Specifications:
AT&T has released its Samsung a237 entry-level clamshell. There's nothing exciting about it (VGA camera and EDGE support), but if you're looking for a nice cell phone just to make voice calls, the a237 may be the one for you.
AT&T subscribers will soon be able to get their hands on the BlackBerry 8320 in a sapphire-blue finish with the new OS 4.5 installed. The launch is expected in the last week of September, but there is no info on pricing yet. Stay tuned.
According to BGR, starting mid-September AT&T customers will be getting the new BlackBerry OS 4.5 update for the BlackBerry 8120, BlackBerry 8820, BlackBerry 8310, and BlackBerry 8300 handsets. A month later those devices will come with the new OS pre-installed. All changes and improvements of the updated software are listed on the screenshot above.