FCC just recently approved the Taiwanese-manufactured Tatung M1. A quad-band GSM smartphone with GPRS and Bluetooth support, it leaves out EDGE and WAP support. The devices manual show it branded with the Cingular logo, so it shouldn’t be a stab in the dark to assume that they’ll be carrying the M1. It displays a pretty low 176*220 pixel resolution on its 2.2-inch TFT display, a slight disappointment. Still it should be noticeably cheaper than Cingular’s 2125, priced at $199.99 after rebates.
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