FCC Outs Paradise Android Handset with Support for AT&T
Documents on the Federal Communication Commission web site revealed details about an unannounced handset from HTC that is bound for AT&T. The HTC Paradise is an Android smartphone and according to the FCC documents it supports AT&T's 3G bands. An image depicts the device with AT&T's logo. The image also references "with HTC Sense." Other features confirmed by the FCC include a slide-out four-row QWERTY keyboard, 3.2 megapixel camera, FM radio, 3.5mm headset jack, and an optical joystick. The draft user manual notes that the Paradise has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, and has support for microSD memory cards. The Paradise has not been announced by HTC or AT&T, and Phone Scoop believes it is possible that this device has been cancelled for AT&T.
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