AT&T has launched many Pantech phones until now, but none of them is running Android. Well, that’s about to change with the arrival of P8000, an unannounced Android smartphone that was recently approved by the FCC with support for AT&T 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
According to the Bluetooth SIG, the handset is called Pantech Moon – of course, its final name might be different.
The smartphone (sketched below) seems to have the same form factor as the Pantech Laser. It may or may not feature a QWERTY keyboard.
There’s no word on when AT&T plans to launch the Pantech P8000 Moon. We’ll bring new details as soon they’re available.
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