Remember that rumor about the arrival of Sony Ericsson C905a at AT&T? Well, it looks like the 8MP Cyber-shot phone is indeed going to be launched by the giant North American operator, as the FCC has just approved its use in the States.
Of course, there’s no official info from AT&T at the moment, but since the C905a features quad-band GSM and tri-band 850/900/2100 HSDPA connectivity, theoretically there’s nothing that can stop the carrier from releasing the phone.
And this would surely be a good thing. Not only that high-end SE handsets are rare in the US, but the C905a could become the very first 8MP camera phone ever outed there (unless T-Mobile launches its Pixon-like Samsung Memoir earlier).
Apart from the 8MP camera with autofocus and Xenon flash, Sony Ericsson C905a also offers GPS, Wi-Fi, accelerometer and several other cool features, so if AT&T prices it right, the slider might be a real winner over there in the US.
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