Ilse Jurriën : October 8th 2009 - 13:10 CET
HTC Pure smartphone : AT&T and HTC Corporation have introduced the Windows Mobile 6.5 HTC Pure smartphone. The HTC Pure delivers a touch screen experience in an alluring, compact form factor. Powered by the nation's fastest 3G network and the Windows phone platform, the HTC Pure delivers an enhanced TouchFLO 3D interface on a large vibrant touch screen that makes navigation intuitive and rich while enabling smooth access to desktop like web browsing. The new HTC Pure mobile phone embodies HTC's approach to put people at the center of the communications experience by providing full access to voice, text, or email in a single contact view, regardless of whether voice, text or email was used.|
AT&T HTC Pure supports Windows Mobile 6.5
"As one of the first carriers to support Windows Mobile 6.5 in the USA and the largest distributor of Windows phones worldwide, AT&T has a long history of leadership in smartphones and Windows Mobile," said Michael Woodward, vice president, Mobile Phone Portfolio, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. "Twice as many smartphone users choose AT&T over any other carrier and the HTC Pure cell phone will lead our Windows phone lineup into 2010."
Phone conversation with the HTC Pure
When looking at your contacts, you now can see a history of your conversation in whatever form it took place. It doesn’t matter if you get asked about a recent email while you are talking on the phone, or if you’re in a café reminiscing about a friend’s recent text - all your interactions are neatly laid out for viewing and follow-up in a tree of communication with that person. This view can be accessed from the contact card or in the in-call screen during a phone conversation, ensuring the latest conversations are always at hand.
HTC Pure mobile phone
Leveraging HTC's TouchFLO 3D experience, the all touch screen HTC Pure handset offers an advanced touch experience that is optimized for one-hand use, which further evolves the compact smartphone design. Incorporating a large, brilliant 3.2-inch WVGA touch screen, the HTC Pure smartphone is crafted to fit perfectly into the hand and accentuates one's sense of style. With a crisp advanced 5 megapixel auto-focus digital camera with video capture, expandable memory, gravity sensor and an ambient light sensor, the HTC Pure brings many of the most sophisticated features to a broad consumer audience looking for the professional benefits of a smartphone, without sacrificing size, looks or functionality.
HTC Pure handset supports Windows Marketplace
AT&T will support Windows Marketplace for Mobile in 2009 for access to a variety of applications on new AT&T devices, including the HTC Pure phone. Additionally, AT&T customers' purchases from Windows Marketplace can be added to their monthly statements. After Microsoft delivers Windows Marketplace later this year for other versions of Windows Mobile, AT&T will make it available to customers using those versions.
HTC Pure Windows phone
Windows Mobile 6.5 received several upgrades that enhance ease-of-use, such as a touch-friendly user interface and improved browser with Flash support. With the HTC Pure smartphone content and applications are just a fingertip away on the redesigned Start Menu and Internet Explorer Mobile will support the rich experiences that many Web pages offer for desktop computers.
HTC Pure price & availability
These days, a phone is one of the few items that never leaves our side. It not only helps us keep connected with friends, business partners and world events, it also helps complement who we are. The HTC Pure smartphone is your perfect companion in both the way it helps you keep in the loop and the way it accentuates your sense of style. The HTC Pure mobile phone is available at AT&T retail stores nationwide and online via the website of AT&T for $149.99. (pay $199.99 and receive $50 mail-in-rebate - two-year agreement on a minimum $69.99 plan required.)
HTC Pure AT&T smartphone
"The HTC Pure is not only a powerfull cell phone, the HTC Pure also provides a natural simplicity in the way we communicate with the people in our lives whether through voice, text or email," said Jason Mackenzie, vice president of HTC America. "Our desire is to put people at the center of every mobile experience, and we are pleased to work with AT&T, who shares this common vision."
AT&T services for the HTC Pure cell phone
Small business customers can also subscribe to AT&T's new, industry-first BusinessTalk voice plans, which start at $60 a month for five users and 700 Anytime Minutes and can be expanded for $9.99 a line to accommodate up to 40 users and 20,000 Anytime Minutes. AT&T Music, AT&T Navigator, Video Share, Push-To-Talk and MobiTV all require separate monthly subscriptions.