The Cingular Flip 2 is AT&T's newest clamshell phone

The Cingular Flip 2 is AT&T's newest clamshell phone
AT&T recently released a brand new clamshell phone (aka flip phone) aimed at users who simply don't need a smartphone. 

Called Cingular Flip 2, the handset is a rebranded Alcatel Go Flip (which was launched last month by T-Mobile), and succeeds a Cingular Flip introduced by AT&T back in 2016.

The AT&T Cingular Flip 2 features a large physical keypad, a 2.8-inch internal display with 240 x 320 pixels, and a smaller external screen of unknown resolution - good for peeking at notifications without flipping the phone open.

The new clamshell is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor, and lets users connect to the internet via both LTE, and Wi-Fi. Other features include HD Voice, A-GPS, FM Radio, 4 GB of on-board storage space, microSD card support, and a 1350 mAh battery. There's also a 2 MP camera on board (with 720p video recording).

AT&T is selling the Cingular Flip 2 for $59.99, though you'll also have to pay a $25 activation fee to use the phone. You can order the device online via the source link below.

source: AT&T


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