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AT&T Expands Smartphone Options

By Michelle Megna | Posted March 23, 2010
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Looking for the best smartphones? AT&T thinks it can fill the bill with new offerings from Palm and Dell. EnterpriseMobileToday has the details.

 


On the heels of super-disappointing earnings last week, Palm continues to push its new mobile device line up as today AT&T added the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus to its inventory of smartphones.


 

In addition to the new webOS Palm handhelds, AT&T, which retains the role of exclusive iPhone carrier, also today said it will "soon unveil" Dell's first Android-powered smartphone, the Dell Aero

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The original Pre and Pixi launched last year on Sprint, with their respective Plus versions coming out on Verizon in January, under the leadership of Palm CEO Jon Rubenstein, former Apple iPod guru, who is desperately trying to shepherd Palm back into profitability from the brink of bankruptcy.

Read the complete AT&T mobile devices article

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