Pantech’s unannounced P9020 phone has appeared on the FCC site, and it appears to sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Details on this phone aren’t abundant, but we do know that it sports HSDPA 3G which would work on AT&T’s network, Bluetooth, GPS navigation, memory card expansion, and music player. Since the draft user manual mentioned many AT&T services such as AT&T Navigator, AT&T Radio and such, it’s probably safe to assume that the phone will be hitting AT&T’s network, right?
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