AT&T Wireless Launches New Microsoft Smartphone
Oct 13, 2004, 9:56 AM by (staff)
AT&T Wireless yesterday launched the Audiovox SMT5600, its second Microsoft Windows Mobile Smartphone. It is AT&T's first such smartphone with a camera, first with Bluetooth, and first with GSM 850. The SMT5600 is also the smallest Windows Mobile phone in the world, and the first to include Windows Media Player 10 Mobile, which supports tighter integration with Windows Media Player on desktop PCs. The SMT5600 is manufactured by HTC, who also provides a version without GSM 850 for Europe and Asia, marketed as the SPV C500 and i-Mate SP3. AT&T's first Microsoft phone was the Motorola MPx200.
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AT&T did/does carry the Nokia 3650 and 3620 smartphones, the latter for which has all of those features (Bluetooth, GSM 850, and camera).
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