First there was the Pantech Duo, running Windows Mobile. Then there was the Pantech Matrix ? more of a standard phone. Now, in somewhat of a merge between the two devices, comes the Pantech Matrix Pro. In what looks very much like the Helio Ocean, it features HSDPA connectivity, Bluetooth, dual sliding functionality with a numeric keypad and a QWERTY keyboard, Video Share, a 2 megapixel camera, and aGPS for use on AT&T Navigator, the phone is poised to be a nice addition to AT&T's Windows Mobile lineup.
In regards to battery life, the phone offers an estimated three hours of talk time (be sure to grab a car charger), with 10.4 days for standby. The device will be available on February 24th, and will set you back $179.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and before applicable taxes. Check out the picture below, and click on the link for AT&T's official page.