Pantech P9020: budget QWERTY-phone approved by FCC

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has certified mobile phone Pantech P9020. This is a fairly simple device with a 2.8-inch touch screen and sliding QWERTY-keyboard. At this time the FCC files include a full list of documents, including photos and user manual. It pointed out that Pantech P9020 will be sold by U.S. operator AT & T. Most likely, it will be relatively inexpensive.

User's Guide also has a full list of the characteristics of the phone. It stated that he supported the cellular networks of second-and third-generation, equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, supports wireless Bluetooth interface and memory card format microSD. Pantech P9020 player can play audio formats MP3, MIDI, iMelody, MMF, WAV, SMAF, and AAC +. The phone measures 93.4 h64h14, 1 mm, and weight - 130 grams. In all likelihood, he will soon go on sale at AT & T.