It’s the oldest smart phone in the group, yet it still holds its own in terms of features, performance, and design. The BlackJack is remarkably thin and lightweight; the battery is estimated to last up to 5.5 hours of talk time; and the 220-MHz TI processor and Windows Mobile 5.0 platform most tasks – including multimedia – at a fairly speedy pace. Oh, and it’s only $149. Add to that a scroll wheel on the right side that eases navigation, AT&T Cellular Video and XM radio support, and you have one very wise smart phone investment.
$149 (with two-year contract) ; att.com
– High-speed HSDPA data
– Works with AT&T Music and AT&T Video
– RSS reader included
– Extensive data roaming
– Sluggish 1.3-MP camera