Kaiser

  • AT&T Tilt ROM Screenshots, Same Ole WinMo 6

    AT&T Tilt ROM Screenshots, Same Ole WinMo 6

    We broke the news on the Tilt’s launch date and pricing the other week and now a few (over 60) screenshots of the finalized ROM have made their way around the Web. If WinMo 6 is your thing then get ready to go buck wild. Better have some tissues handy. Read More

  • Breaking: AT&T Tilt Price And Launch Date Leaked

    Breaking: AT&T Tilt Price And Launch Date Leaked

    You heard it here first, folks. We have it from an inside source that the AT&T Tilt (aka 8925 aka Kaiser) hits stores September 3rd for $499 with 2-year plan. No word on 1-year pricing, but this flagship phone should be all over the place in a little less than a month. Read More

  • HTC Kaiser = AT&T Tilt; Coming Soon

    HTC Kaiser = AT&T Tilt; Coming Soon

    The Kaiser is coming, and maybe sooner than we thought. An avid CrunchGear reader and commenter was in his local AT&T store and asked about the AT&T 8925 smartphone. The phone monkeys said that yes, the 8925 would be replacing the 8525 soon, either at the end of August or the beginning of September. If you’ve been waiting to take the plunge on a Windows Mobile high-end… Read More

  • Kaiser One Goose-Step Closer to AT&T

    Kaiser One Goose-Step Closer to AT&T

    That hot, hot Kaiser we told you about has cleared FCC muster, meaning it could be hitting the shelves of your local AT&T any time. For those in need of a refresher, the Kaiser is the latest rendition of HTC’s Slidy-McQWERTY line of Windows Mobile smartphones. With 3G, Wi-Fi, and a large touch-screen, its ancestors include the AT&T 8125 and the 8525. The standard Kaiser has a… Read More

  • Kaiser Rolls to AT&T?

    Kaiser Rolls to AT&T?

    Speaking of Germans and cellphones, today we learn that the HTC Kaiser is indeed coming to the US-and-A, courtesy of AT&T. Why the carrier is hogging all the high-end phones is anyone’s guess; we see them diluting their upper market with iPhone competitors as they try to cover every base, but whatevs. The QWERTY-sliding Windows Mobile 6 smarty should hit sometime next month, which… Read More