Pantech P5000 spotted at the FCC with AT&T frequencies on board1
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.