Call quality is exceptional
The harsh reality is this: even if HP would've gone ahead with the Pre 3's launch on AT&T, moving 'em would've been tough. The company showed minimal interest in moving the TouchPad (well, until they showed nothing but interest in moving the TouchPad), and attempting to hawk a tired, understated design for an on-contract price that aligns with the iPhone 4 and a vertible plethora of tremendous Android phones would've probably led to even more tears.
The AT&T Quickfire in lime Image © Personal Communications Devices “The Quickfire is perfect for texting fans who let their thumbs do the talking and want the benefit of a full keypad but don’t need corporate email access or other business features,” said AT&T vice president Mark Collins in a statement.
Full Feature Set
While the Quickfire’s most prominent features are its full keypad and touch screen, it doesn’t fall short with other necessary features.
Outlook is easy to read and use
Overall, the Cingular 3125 makes for a powerful business sidekick given that it's a relatively compact clamshell. Armed with Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition, the 3125 packs in push e-mail capabilities, an Office document viewer (no editing, but this is a flip-phone after all), robust contact and calendar management, and surprisingly impressive multimedia capabilities. The 3125's design is certainly unique, but never feels cheap or simply cosmetic.
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