It turns out the price is $179.99 ($229.99 - $50 rebate) with a 2 year contract.
Hands-on with the HP iPAQ Obsidian K3 | Specifications
source: AT&T and HP
1. rehnhart (Posts: 103; Member since: 27 Mar 2009)
Is that a stylus in the back? How quaint, reminds me of 1999.
3. MarcMaiden (Posts: 25; Member since: 24 Nov 2009)
looks like a slick phone...its cool that it has an AMOLED display, but 2.8 inches is kinda lacking. Ram looks good, but what about processor speed? 3.1 mp camera is cool, more than anyone would probably need on a phone, but it is a lot less than what comes on more inexpensive smart phones of today (5 is becoming a new standard it seems) Its nice they included a stylus, but from what i see it looks like it will not be used much since the OS theme looks to take advantage of the Samsung Omnia style track pad. lets see how this holds up for ATT, so far, i cant justify the $230 price tag
4. artz1986 (Posts: 453; Member since: 11 Mar 2009)
it's a candy bar qwerty, I think 2.8" is decent
6. Jyakotu (Posts: 844; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
HP hasn't made cell phones in awhile. We'll see how this one turns out. Looks promising though.
10. dreamcastdre (Posts: 1; Member since: 25 Nov 2009)
HP actually has made smart phones recently. The last one released was the 910c which came out last July in the U.S. (the 510 came out, I believe, 2 years prior to the 910c). I have that phone and actually love it. The Glisten (ewww, I really hate that name; should have stuck with Obsidian) has me VERY excited. I'll be getting it to replace the 910c.
7. iceman23 (Posts: 31; Member since: 21 Sep 2009)
Why would anyone buy this. It has no good features... No reason to shell out $30 extra a month for this P.O.S.