Sagem PUMA Phone pounces its way through the FCC

Sagem PUMA Phone pounces its way through the FCC
The sports fitness oriented Sagem PUMA Phone has recently cleared the FCC, but US consumers can't jump up for joy too much just yet because it currently lacks 3G support for the US. Its arrival at the FCC is interesting in itself due to the fact that Sagem has gone on the record to say that the handset would not see a US launch until the first half of 2011. From the looks of it, Sagem will be bringing on the European model of the PUMA Phone as an import so that eager diehard PUMA fans can finally get a piece of this handset. Fortunately for Vodafone and Orange customers, they can look forward to the device as it's expected to be made available some time during the second week of May. Although it may not be a snazzy smartphone at its core, the Sagem PUMA Phone features a 2.8” touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, GPS, and a rear-mounted solar panel to top of the battery while baking in the sun. Looking down the road, we're sure that the PUMA 2 could make more heads turn as it's speculated to feature the Android platform.

Sagem PUMA Phone Specifications | Hands-on

source: FCC via SlashGear


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