(Posts: 87; Member since: 16 Jun 2011)
When will they release a better Photo of the Samsung Attain...
Also Good looking phone since my phone is a slider.
it could be possible that this phone is the gs2 attain like the epic for sprint
(Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
that looks like a terrible uncomfortable flat keyboard O.o
(Posts: 77; Member since: 13 Jul 2011)
looks like the Transform from Sprint
Will this handset be available at europe also? Looks very interesting .. would like to try it out
(Posts: 309; Member since: 11 May 2010)
People like the physical Qwerty. Sometimes I wish I had one, especially when posting on message boards, and web browsing.
A Qwerty Android for AT&T definitely fills a void in their lineup.
The laSt phone that att had comparable was the HTC Tilt 2 people were leaving the carrier or paying crazy amounts for a HTC desire Z unfortunately this phone is 6 months to a year late as every other carrier even prepaid has at least one phone comparable
(Posts: 864; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
It's about damn time. Now tell me it goes toe to toe with a Droid 3 and I'll be happy.
(Posts: 3101; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
I'm starting to think that the Samsung Within, Function, and Attain are actually these slider phones. First we got the slider leaked from Verizon, then there's a rumored epic 2 for Sprint, and now this for At&t.
Doctor Strange (unregistered)
EVERY SINGLE Android Qwerty AT&T has released has completely sucked, starting with their very first Android handset, the Backflip, of which I am a proud (staggeringly ashamed) owner. They didn't want to lose their iPhone market, so that made sense, but if they had released a high-end Qwerty Android just as Verizon was getting the iPhone, they might have saved themselves some subscribers (maybe not, since Verizon is superior in so many ways...). Ultimately, AT&T, with or without T-Mobile (and, yeah, that IS gonna happen, and it IS gonna be bad for consumers), by 2013 or so, will have LTE deployed basically everywhere, with HSPA+ as a pretty great backup, which no other carrier will be able to touch. For now, they are just the worst carrier by miles. But you put side-loading, LTE and Ice Cream Sandwich in this phone, and I will step on several toddlers to go buy it. It will be like upgrading my Prius to water-powered jet-boots.
Who said this device is headed to ATT?