AT&T 8525 Specifications

Finally, my lovely brand spanking new cellphone came to my mailbox 2 days ago. I’m so excited. There were so many features in this little phone.

I have been playing around with it for these past 2 days. Finally, I got everything working yesterday (at 3AM) LOL……. Because of that, I was late to my job (I only got 5 hours of sleep), but it’s worthed.

I have ordered the case yesterday, and am still looking where to get the MicroSD for cheap. So, I am almost ready to go with my new cellphone.

What I like about this phone is its ability for Wi-fi, 3G, Internet Sharing, and full PDA functionality. Basically, this cellphone will help me a lot in organizing my schedule, hence increasing my productivity also.

Anyway, enough talking. Don’t be jealous, ok.

For those of you who are technology geek, here’s the spec for AT&T 8525:

AT&T 8525 Specs

Technical Specifications

Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS / HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100
Form Factor: Slide / Windows Mobile 5.0
Dimensions: 113 x 58 x 22 mm
Weight: 176 g
Antenna: Internal
Navigation: Touch Screen / QWERTY Keypad
Battery Type: 1350 mAh Li-Ion
Talk Time: 4.00
Standby Time: 200
Memory: 51.0 MB
Expandable Memory: microSD / TransFlash


Main Screen: 65000 colors (TFT)
240 x 320 px
External Screen: No
Camera: 2.0 MP / Flash / Video Recorder


MP3 Player: Windows Media Player
FM Radio: No
Speakerphone: Yes
Push-To-Talk: Yes


Wallpapers: 240 x 320 px
Screen Savers: 240 x 320 px
Ring Tones: MP3
Themes: Yes
Games: J2ME
Streaming Multimedia: Windows Media Player


SMS: Yes
EMS: Yes
MMS: Yes
Email: Pocket Outlook / Microsoft Direct Push / Good Mobile Messaging / Xpress Mail
Chat: MSN Messenger
Predictive Text: Handwriting Recognition


Phonebook Capacity: Unknown
Calendar: Pocket Outlook
To-Do List: Yes
WAP: 2.0 / Pocket Internet Explorer
Voice Commands: Yes
Calculator: Yes


Bluetooth: A2DP / HFP / HSP / DUN / HID / OPP
Infrared Port: Yes
High-Speed Data: GPRS (Class 10) / EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g
GPS: Cingular Telenav
PC Sync: Microsoft ActiveSync / mini-USB

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