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OS: Windows Mobile 6.5
U.S. carrier: AT&T
Price: $300 after mail-in rebate, with two-year plan; requires data plan worth at least $30 a month
What makes it cool: Featuring a 3.6-in. LCD touch screen and Qwerty keyboard, the device lets users move from an e-mail to a conference call with one touch. It also lets consumers activate the integrated speakerphone by flipping the device over.
Where it may fall short: The phone is larger and thicker than many other smartphones.