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Possible pricing for AT&T Touch Pro 2, Touch Diamond 2 and Nüvifone G60

The AT&T news keeps on a'comin' this weekend. After getting an idea of when the HTC Touch Pro 2 (aka Tilt 2) may be released, and then seeing it show up in inventory, the Boy Genius Report now says it has pricing information for it, as well as a couple of other anticiapted phones. Let's do this the easy way:

  • Tilt 2: $299 after contract and $50 rebate; $499 retail.
  • Touch Diamond 2: Codenamed the Warhawk and already seen at the FCC, will be known as the Pure and will go for $199 after contract and $40 rebate. Retails for $349. Update: BGR's updated and it now appears that the Diamond 2, er, Pure will go for $149.99 after contract and $50 rebate. (See the pic here.) The retail price still stands (and is pretty darn good).
  • Garmin-Asus Nüvifone G60: It lives! And it'll cost $299.99 after contract and $100 rebate. Will retail for $549.99.

No word on release dates for the later two phones, but remember that we're expecting the Tilt 2 in about a month.

(And remember, folks, the above picture is just an early render of the Touch Pro 2 and Touch Diamond 2 on AT&T. We're actually expecting the Tilt 2 to look like this.)

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7 Comments
  • first of all i agree with uranidiot i just made this to comment on this one article....
    anyway this is deff fake caz the y and z keys are switched so this obviously isnt reall............duuuuuuuuuuur
  • The top picture is with a EURO key board. The other picture looks real.
  • Way to miss note at the bottom of the article: (And remember, folks, the above picture is just an early render of the Touch Pro 2 and Touch Diamond 2 on AT&T. We're actually expecting the Tilt 2 to look like this.)
  • what's with the logging in crap. sprint tp2 is better. thank God im with sprint.
  • Goodbye AT&T. You've once again screwed up a key board.
    There IS NO REASON to not have the number row at the top.
    This just cost you a customer of over 10 years. I'm not gonna put up with idiodic nonsense anymore (keyboard on the new - long awaited - HTC Touch Pro 2.) Sprint is looking really good right now.
  • ...while others of us love the fact the numbers are easy to use in a numberpad formation because we do heavy number entry in Excel. So yeah, there is a d*mn good reason they made the keyboard that way.
  • @ Mystroz: "There IS NO REASON to not have the number row at the top." Frankly there is . I fyou do a lot of number entry it is better to have it the way ATT does it. For emailing a well it is very convenient to have ATT scheme with punctuation at top. I can see your preference but I bet ATT test marketed the idea. You and I and most visitors here may buy as consumers but most/many of these top WM phones are sold in lots to corporate buyers, and that is probably who they test marketed the scheme with.