They better hurry because the Pre is bound to get oodles of free publicly upon launch, particularly if it turns out to be the that some industry watchers predict it will be.
It appears that AT&T Wireless, the exclusive U.S. carrier for the iPhone, isn't taking the Pre lightly. According to a by Dieter Bohn of PreCentral.net, AT&T has sent an internal document to its employees that is essentially a . According to the document, the iPhone's advantages include:
* A metal and glass design (vs. the Pre's plastic casing)
* A slight larger screen (3.5 inches vs. the Pre's 3.1-inch display)
* Over 25,000 apps (vs. the Pre's "unproven" app store)