The C790 Aladdin has been recently approved by the Bluetooth SIG, so it might not be long until AT&T announces it.
Like other Pantech phones released by AT&T (the Matrix Pro, for example), the Pantech C790 has both an alphanumeric and a QWERTY keyboard.
The Bluetooth SIG’s image of the phone is far from being great, so I had to add some brightness to it.
Engadget reported about the Pantech Aladdin back in May, but it looks like the phone has a different design now – the nav-pad is definitely changed. This is what the handset previously looked like:
The features of Pantech C790 Aladdin should include a 2.2 inch QVGA display, quad-band GSM and tri-band HSDPA connectivity, AGPS, Bluetooth, threaded SMS, 1.3MP camera, and MicroSD card support.
We don’t know when AT&T will launch the Pantech Aladdin, but we’d like to see a Pantech Jasmine and a Pantech Genie showing up. Or, why not, a Pantech Iago & Abu, too.
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