You're looking at one of AT&Ts new upcoming flagships, the AT&T Tilt. Named because of its unique and slick method of opening — with the screen sliding up and tilting at a 40° angle, revealing a QWERTY keyboard below — it's one of the slicker phone designs we've seen in a while.
Loaded with Windows Mobile 6, it's got all sorts of connectivity built in, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UMTS/HSDPA, and GPS. Yes, unlike the iPhone, this AT&T phone can access its 3G network and get some respectable download speeds. You can also use it as an MP3 player, with it accepting microSD cards. The camera onboard is a 3-megapixel number, and that 2.8-inch screen just so happens to be a touchscreen. Looks pretty nice to me. It'll be available tomorrow for $300 and a 2-year contract.