As expected, AT&T has launched the long-awaited HTC Fuze along with the Quickfire multimedia device,
The Fuze features Windows Mobile 6.1, VGA resolution touch display, TouchFLO 3D with AT&T customizations, quadband GSM/EDGE, triband HSDPA with support for Japanese/Korean sub-bands, Wi-Fi radio, simultaneous voice/data, 512MB internal memory with microSDHC expansion slot, push to talk, 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and Video Share support, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, GPS transceiver with A-GPS support, and support for AT&T services (Mail, IM, Music, CV, Navigator).
The Quickfire features quadband GSM/EDGE, dualband UMTS/HSDPA, QWERTY keyboard, hardware voice/data toggle switch for multitasking, microSDHC expansion slot, sliding QVGA touch screen display, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, speakerphone, 1.3 megapixel camera with video recorder and Video Share support, voice control, GPS access through AT&T Navigator, Polaris HTML web browser, and the full suite of AT&T services (Mail, IM, XM Radio, eMusic, Napster Mobile, Cellular Video, and mobiTV).
The HTC Fuze is available online for $499.99 with No Commitment or $349.99 after new 2 year agreement before an additional $50 mail-in rebate via prepaid Visa card, bringing the total to $299.99. Â The Quickfire is available for $299.99 with No Commitment or $149.99 after new 2 year agreement before the same aforementioned rebate, bringing the total to $99.99.