AT&T SMT5700 Smartphone is approved by FCC

AT&T SMT5700 Smartphone is approved by FCC
The FCC approved the US version of Amoi 6711 branded with AT&T logo and the model number SMT5700, to inherit the old SMT-series of the carrier. This is GSM/EDGE phone and because of the lack of 3G support, it will be one of the cheapest smartphones of the carrier, running on Windows Mobile 5. The AT&T SMT5700 has full QWERTY keyboard and landscape QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera and microSD slot. All this is packed in body with the following dimensions: 4.5 x 2.44 x 0.51 inches (115 x 62 x 13 mm) and weight of 4.4 oz (125 grams).

Still there is no official information on the SMT5700 and the price AT&T Cingular will ask for it.



2. mi_canuck unregistered

That thing looks so much like a Blackjack it's not even funny. Check out the key layout - that's almost 100% Blackjack.

1. LK unregistered

Looks like the love child between a Q and a Treo 750.

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