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    MANY Windows Mobile smartphones, but few, bring it! Here are 3 of the best.

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    All three smartphones above feature Microsoft's Direct Push email.

    We narrowed it down from a crowd of WM smartphones - featured on Microsoft's WM website - to what we think are 3 of their best current offers. This does not say that these three are the best smartphones in the market. Thats for the you the end users to decide. However, these represent some of the best WM smartphones available today. Feel free to add others.

    AT&T Samsung Jack reviews: Reviews.cnet.com | Laptopmag.com

    Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 reviews:
    Pocketnow.com |Mobiletechreview.com

    HTC Touch Pro reviews:
    Reviews.cnet.com | Gsmarena.com

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    Wondering what's wrong with Sprint's Touch Pro, didn't they have it first?
    As Always...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegb856 View Post
    Wondering what's wrong with Sprint's Touch Pro, didn't they have it first?
    pretty much the same device. Carrier being the difference. Follow the last link in post:
    Don't take our word for it:
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    It's listed there.

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    I was referencing to no Sprint Love. I know the devices are the same, as for carriers, Sprint offers more for less and they had it first. Why is the Verizon version chosen, just curious?
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