Cingular Testing AT&T Smartphones
Mar 25, 2005, 4:37 PM by (staff)
Cingular is currently testing the UT Starcom SMT 5600 Window Mobile Smartphone. If network testing goes well and changes are made to convert settings and applications to Cingular standards, the Smartphone is expected to launch in May. AT&T had launched the SMT 5600 shortly before the Cingular buyout was complete and continued to sell the device in AT&T stores for sometime after the switch to Cingular. Cingular is also still evaluating whether to adopt the Ogo wireless messenger as well, however it's less likely that device will make it onto the network.
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AT&T SMT 5600 "orphans"
SMT 5600 garbage
That phone is way better.
This is good to see, even though I really don't care. I really liked this phone. I miss it. I want to cuddle with it at night. In fact, I once...
um i dont know what going on here but i find myse...