HTC Pure support page already hits AT&T's site and its start menu gets pictured

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HTC Pure support page already hits AT&T's site and its start menu gets pictured
Just when you thought that HTC's current onslaught of releasing phones was slowing down, yet there is another indication of the HTC Pure making its way onto AT&T's web site. There's a support page already up and running on the site – although it's incomplete and most of the links just lead to maintenance pages. Nonetheless, it should spring to life fully in the next few days for its expected release. The Pure's start menu also gets pictured and reveals a slight different layout Windows Mobile users are accustomed to seeing. Instead we are greeted to a more finger friendly 4 column row of icons and it comes with AT&T's Java app store. There are also reports about most stores already having stock of it, so you may get a glimpse of it if you're really nice to the staff.

HTC Pure Preliminary Specifications

source: pocketnow and AT&T via wmpoweruser



1. omarc_2008

Posts: 26; Member since: Mar 26, 2009

looks like an alrite phone too bad at&t service sucks in my area i live by downtown LA rite on da city . and at&t service sucks even t-mobile works waaaaay better . i have a blackberry bold =( and my sister with a g1 from t-mobile has better reception everywere we go and she hardly ever drops calls.. i drop a lot of calls yesterday i had 13 dropped calls =( which is a shame cause i love my bold . and if at&t service were better i would totally get dis phone...

2. miikeyroks

Posts: 26; Member since: Feb 07, 2009

maybe the people are hanging up because they dont understand you. lol

3. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

lol and at t does suck its really slow hahah their commercials = false advertizing lol :) "the nations fastest 3G network" fastest network my ass.........

4. andre6589

Posts: 9; Member since: Nov 18, 2008

I've never had any problems with at&t.

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