Samsung Mythic and Flight Hit AT&T November 8
Today AT&T announced that the Samsung Mythic and Flight devices will be available for sale starting November 8.
- Mythic: The Mythic is a TouchWiz-based candybar style phone with a 3.3-inch display. It has a 3.2 megapixel camera, full HTML browser and Stereo Bluetooth. It works with AT&T's Navigator and Mobile TV services. It costs $200 after rebate with new agreement.
- Flight: The Flight is a slider with full QWERTY keyboard for messaging, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, Video Share and a touch screen. It costs $100 after rebate with new agreement.
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Enough with the TouchWiz!
At&t: Eternity, Impression, Solstice, & Mythic
T-mobile: Behold, Memoir, Highlight
Verizon: Omnia, Omnia II
With the exception of Omnia and megapixel of the camera, all of them have very little difference.