After months of rumors about launching and canceling, AT&T (ex Cingular) finally launched the Nokia 6126 which is basically a version of the 6133 that T-Mobile offers. The 6126 is clamshell with stylish design, large external and internal (16 million) color displays and 1.3-megapixel camera. Operating on Nokia’s Series 40 interface, it has microSD slot for memory expansion and features FM Radio.
AT&T offers Nokia 6126 for $80 with 2-year contract. For $20 more you can get the RAZR V3xx or the Cingular 3125 Smartphone.source: AT&T via EngadgetMobile