The business-centric HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian that was spotted back in July has been finally launched by AT&T. The phone is now known as iPAQ Glisten, and will be available for purchase in "the coming weeks" for $179.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and 2-year contract.
It looks like HP's back on mobile phone market. Meet the iPAQ K3 "Obsidian", a mid-end WM6.5 based smartphone scheduled for November 30 retail availability on AT&T. Below you will find a couple more pictures of the said handset.The device features:
Starting today Rogers will be offering the HP iPAQ 910c Business Manager to its customers. The handset is available for $249.99 (down from $399.99) on a 3-year contract or $499.99 outright.Features include:
Vodafone UK customers who have been waiting for the HP's iPAQ Voice Messenger can finally get it. The all-business Windows Mobile-based smartphone is now available for order for anywhere between free and £85.11 ($126) depending on plan.
According to the latest issue of Vodafone Magazine, HP’s recently announced VoiceMessenger and DataMessenger phone will be available from the carrier exlusively sometime in the near future. That's in Europe, however North American users could still see these live offered by some other operator.