New Entry-Level 3G Phone Revealed For AT&T
Mar 23, 2007, 5:57 PM by (staff)
The FCC has approved a new handset to join the LG CU400 as an entry level 3G phone for AT&T (Cingular). The Pantech C600 is a quad-band GSM/EDGE plus dual band WCDMA clamshell with dual screens. It is a small, sleek looking phone featuring a VGA camera, Bluetooth 1.2 and MicroSD slot. Although the manual indicates the software has been updated to display AT&T instead of Cingular branding, it does not add any additional features that the carrier has been talking about recently like video sharing.
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entry level eh?
Who really would want and actually go buy a camera phone w/ VGA resolution in the year 2007?
is it really that hard of a concept to believe that it lowers the cost of the phone and makes it more appe...