From top-tier producer we have the BlackBerry Uwan 9810 (much recognized as the Torch 2), HTC Iele and HTC ChaCha, correspondingly together with the Samsung Habrok SGH-i857, which is yet unseen. Together Torch 2 and ChaCha were broadly anticipated to strike AT&T, and with Q2 meandering down, it appears that we can perhaps wait for these mobile phones in the upcoming month. The Habrok (AT&T alias, as are the others), temporarily, looks as if its a rigorously entry-level model, with low screen resolution, a basic three-mega pixel snapper, and a Froyo as its OS that will perhaps appear outmoded leading its expected Q3 release time frame.
In addition to the Android map there are the Huawei Dola U8800 (a.k.a. the WVGA Ideos X5 with 800MHz Scorpion processor) plus the Pantech Bannik P8000, which passed the FCC and approved late last year, and the ZTE Alicanto Z990, another budget-oriented mobile phone with only QVGA resolution. And the HTC Hydra A5253 which is the HTC Paradise from times of yore, and despite the fact that we lately saw a leaked ROM for it, it’s thus far away from its listed release timeframe that we’d be stunned to see it slip into AT&T’s collection accompanying other handsets.