The FCC has made public documents concerning the Pantech C180, and this handset is shaping up to be an entry-level GSM phone which will be made available to the masses from AT&T. The tri-band, candybar phone does look like the C630 in some aspects, although you won’t find anything jaw-dropping within here. Heck, it doesn’t even come with Bluetooth connectivity and a camera, two features that we take for granted these days, but it does carry an integrated FM radio, a memory card slot and an integrated music player.
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