It's been a
"now you see it, now you don't kind" kind of relationship so far with Cingular's 2125
, their WiFi-free version of
, but we can
finally announce its availability at the Cingular store. The QVGA screen, Windows Mobile 5, and miniSD are all still
here, and that WiFi is still notably absent, but the price isn't bad at all for a smartphone: $200 after a $100 mail-in
rebate. So if you can live without all the perks of the Tornado, which are in full force in T-Mobile's forthcoming SDA,
Cingular's 2125 is strong contender for your smartphone buck.