New Manufacturer Introduced With Cingular Smartphone
Mar 8, 2007, 1:18 PM by (staff)
The FCC has unveiled a new smartphone coming to AT&T from Chinese manufacturer Amoi. The SMT5700 is an AT&T-branded version of Amoi's 6711 smartphone featuring a full QWERTY keyboard. It is a GSM/EDGE phone running Windows Mobile 5.0 with Bluetooth, as well as a 2 megapixel camera and microSD slot. This model is the first partnership between Amoi and a US carrier. There were hints at 3GSM that other Amoi models will also be coming to AT&T (Cingular). The SMT5700 is also one of the first models seen with AT&T logos, rather than Cingular for the Music Store, Mall and MEdiaNet.
AT&T Resurrects the 'Cingular' Brand for Flip Phone
AT&T recently added the Cingular Flip to its lineup of inexpensive feature phones. The phone is made by TeleEpoch and bears the model number M3620, but AT&T named it the Cingular Flip to give it some visibility.
VAIO Trots Out A Windows 10 Handset
VAIO has unveiled a smartphone running Microsoft's Windows 10 platform for its home market of Japan. The VAIO Phone Biz is a stylish handset with aluminum unibody construction and mid-range specifications.
AT&T Prepping ZTE ZMax 3, According to FCC
AT&T is preparing to launch a ZTE smartphone called the ZMax 3, say documents found on the FCC web site. The ZMax 3 appears to be a variant of the Grand X 3, which AT&T-owned Cricket Wireless has sold since earlier this year.
T-Mobile Picks Up Coolpad Catalyst for $100
Coolpad today said T-Mobile has agreed to sell its Catalyst Android smartphone. The Catalyst will be the first Coolpad phone sold to postpaid customers in the U.S.
Moto Q+T-Mob Dash=Amoi Smartphone
Personally my opinion is their products are cheap and "knock-off" looking, and they have been trying to bust into the US market for years now, sounds like finally someone ...
Wireless Buddy said:
never heard of em
Well get ready, 'cause as the Chinese economy expands into the tech sector, you'll be seeing more and more Chinese brands on the US market.
Welcome to 1999
It's so ugly someone will find it cool and buy it to go along with their brown Zune.
GSM+Win Mobile=who cares
some of you just don't get it...
For example, this phone is designed for the customer who doesn't want to spend an arm and a leg on a phone, but still wants more features than what a RAZR (for example) could give them. So they might have to trade off a couple features to get the ones they really need, but if the phone works for them, then its a good phone... despite the fact that its last years technology in a new wrapper
my one concern with this phone is that it is made in china. many people are concerned with Chinese exports ...
made in china
i can confirm this is made in china
Well, now you AND the article confirm this info.
ENTRY LEVEL SMARTPHONE!!!!!
Cingular, AT&T and AT&T(Cingular).
Looks like a step backwards to me
I'm really, really hoping something ...