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Amoi enters US with AT&T-branded smartphone

updated 02:55 pm EST, Thu March 8, 2007

SMT5700 Phone at ATT

China's Amoi is making its first tentative steps into the US market, according to a freshly uncovered FCC filing. The SMT5700 will recall the pioneering, Audiovox-made SMT5600 smartphone sold years before by AT&T but should modernize the design and features. Many details are hidden by the filing but should include a 2-megapixel camera, a microSD card slot for storage, and mobile Internet through EDGE. The phone's software should be driven by Windows Mobile.

An appearance by the SMT5700 in FCC testing confirms a relatively near-term release that should occur within the next few months. It will also be one of the first devices to return to the AT&T logo in the wake of the changeover from the Cingular name. Click through for the complete image. [via Engadget Mobile]

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