Pantech P5000 spotted at the FCC with AT&T frequencies on board

Pantech P5000 spotted at the FCC with AT&T frequencies on board
Digging through the FCC's stacks of filings indeed be rewarding as that is often where we hear about upcoming cellphones for the first time. Our latest discovery coming straight from the commission's database is the Pantech P5000, which is shaping up to be a mid-range device with support for AT&T's frequencies.

We cannot say with absolute certainty whether the Pantech P5000 is a smartphone or not, but what we do know about it is that it will be 3G-enabled. It is compatible with AT&T's WCDMA bands, 850/1900MHz, yet the carrier has not officially announced whether it will offer the device. Further clues that surfaced from the phone's filing point out that it is equipped with a GPS radio, Bluetooth, a camera with no flash, 1000mAh battery, and has support for microSD cards. Sadly, though, a Wi-Fi antenna seems to be missing from the device's schematic, which is a solid hint that the P5000 most likely belongs to the feature phone kind.

That is pretty much all we could dig out about the Pantech P5000, and if the phone is meant to launch in the US anytime soon, chances are that AT&T's shelves is where it is headed to.

source: FCC

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