AT&T Mini-Roadmap: HTC, BlackBerry, Samsung, & More

These are a few handsets scheduled to hit AT&T in the next several months; nothing earth-shattering here (Holiday? Lead? Attain?), but still worth passing along.

From top-tier manufacturers we have the BlackBerry Uwan 9810 and the HTC Iele — better known as the Torch 2 and HTC ChaCha, respectively — along with the Samsung Habrok SGH-i857, which we’ve not seen before. Both Torch 2 and ChaCha were widely expected to hit AT&T, and with Q2 winding down, it looks like we can possibly expect these handsets in the next month. The Habrok (AT&T codename, as are the others), meanwhile, appears to be strictly an entry-level model, with low resolution, a basic three-megapixel camera, and a Froyo-build of Android that will probably seem outdated upon its anticipated Q3 release.

Also on the Android map are the Huawei Dola U8800 — aka the WVGA Ideos X5 with 800MHz Scorpion processor — as well as the Pantech Bannik P8000, which passed the FCC late last year, and the ZTE Alicanto Z990, another budget-sounding handset with just QVGA resolution. And the HTC Hydra A5253? That’s the HTC Paradise from long ago, and while we recently saw a leaked ROM for it, it’s so far beyond its scheduled release window that we’d be surprised to see it slide into AT&T’s lineup along with these other devices.

Share This Post

Watch the Latest Pocketnow Videos

About The Author
Evan Blass
Evan is no longer associated with Pocketnow. The below contact form will redirect to a general mailbox.