Refer to Engadget Mobile :
Tears well up in our eyes when we think back to the early days of Windows Mobile and HP's dominance; in recent years, the company has all but vanished from the scene, trudging along with a handful of poorly-marketed, underexposed devices that haven't launched on any US carrier. Turns out we haven't said our last goodbyes, though, because the iPAQ K3 -- codenamed "Obsidian," seemingly -- is scheduled for November 30 retail availability on AT&T. The device would launch with Windows Mobile 6.5 onboard and feature a 2 megapixel camera (a second cameraless version for high-security businessfolk might be available, too), 256MB of RAM, a half gig of ROM, microSD slot, GPS, triband HSDPA and quadband EDGE, WiFi, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a QVGA display to complement the full QWERTY keyboard. Looks like it won't be the most exciting smartphone on the carrier's shelves, but it might be a sensible choice for businesses and really, really boring people. Follow the break for a couple renders of the phone in action-packed angle shots!
As with other smartphones of the day, information from the 2009 road map of the operator AT & T. What should we expect? Nothing very exciting maybe. Smartphone style "blackberry" with Windows Mobile 6.5, a 2M pixel camera (including a version without the camera company), 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, microSD slot, a GPS receiver, HSDPA, EDGE, WiFi, 3.5mm audio port and a screen with QVGA resolution.
May be a competitor to HTC Snap, but nothing exciting which might counteract the hegemony of a Blackberry in this segment.