Best non-smartphone from AT&T
AT&T offers a lot of great smartphones at decent prices, but what if someone wants to buy a normal phone that isn’t complicated or too complex due to the fancy operating system. Well, AT&T has a few regular phones for those who prefer old school devices. Some are candy bars, some are slider phones, some flip phones, and even a few touchscreen mobile devices that don’t have a high-tech operating system to mess things up. From this selection we are going to mention in detail two of the best. One is a flip phone from Motorola and the other is a touchscreen phone from HTC, the manufacturer known for some of the best smartphones on the market.
Motorola Tundra is a rugged phone, specially design for military applications, built to withstand dust, rain, and high and low temperatures. To help the connectivity part, the phone has 3G network technology, Bluetooth and EDGE high speed data networking capabilities. Being mainly built for outdoor activities, the phone hasn’t got many features when it comes to the entertainment part. It does have however an mp3 player, a 2 megapixel camera for taking pictures of the great outdoors and all the useful applications any phone should have, like calendar, alarm clock and a personal organizer for you to keep track of all your activities.
The second phone is HTC Freestyle, a phone said to be on the border line between feature phones and smartphones. It runs a Brew operating system, an OS not requiring any type of data, built especially for feature phones. Freestyle has a 3.2 inch display, a 3.2 megapixels camera and an upgradable memory to help you store all the apps, video, and audio files. It’s a great phone that looks great and works even better than it looks, the only thing is that it’s not a smartphone. This shouldn’t be a problem to anyone who wants a great looking phone that doesn’t involve all the hassle a smartphone involves. You can only install a few basic apps, you don’t have to fear viruses, and you can do your job easily using the phone.
Even though the smartphones are taking over the mobile phone market, the feature phones are not to be disconsidered as they offer all the basic features a phone should have, but without the possible complications a smartphone can throw at you.11