AT&T’s Spring lineup should incite some excitement for many users, Symbian S60 and Windows Mobile users included. For Symbian users, the new Nokia E71x for AT&T should compete nicely against the BlackJack II. For Windows Mobile users, the Propel Pro will be available for $150. The device is like the BlackJack II, with a trackball and 3-megapixel camera with a compact sliding keyboard. The device is otherwise known as the BlackJack Slider and comes with a sliding keyboard that resembles the Epix. AT&T will also get an AMOLED touchscreen non-smartphone as well.