AT&T set free four new phones that will allow full HTML browsing helped by Opera’s compression technology. The phones, 2 each from Samsung and Pantech will become a part of AT&T’s messaging and touchscreen lineup for the holidays.
Starting with the Samsung offerings, the Mythic (center) and Flight (left) are touchscreen only and hybrid touchscreen-QWERTY phones respectively. Mythic destined to come in November features a decent 3.3-inch touchscreen laden with TouchWiz UI and support for AT&T services like Navigator, Social Net. It is priced at $199.99 on contract after $50 rebate.
Another Samsung phone to be launched is Flight, a slider that hosts a touchscreen display on the top with QWERTY hidden beneath it. This one too comes in next month with the same TouchWiz UI, Bluetooth and couple of color options. It will sell for $99.99 on contract.
Moving onto Pantech, the company has brought Reveal (right), a QWERTY slider and Impact (not pictured), again a QWERTY slider but with two displays. The Reveal will hit the retail shelves on October 18 that gives the user to enjoy the alpha-numeric keypad as well as a QWERTY keyboard beneath it. Reveal also has 3G, GPS and bunch of AT&T services.
Finally the 3G equipped Impact has an OLED touchscreen as the main display but also integrates another one which is revealed as soon as the user flips it sideways to show along with the QWERTY keyboard. No details on the price of both the Pantech handsets.