Searching through the FCC stark could be a rewarding thing to do, especially when there is an upcoming handset. The latest discovery that we found on the commission's database is the Pantech P5000.
We can’t say for sure if it’s a smartphone or not, but one thing we do know, it’s going to be 3G-enabled. The devise is compatible with AT&T's WCDMA bands, but the carrier hasn’t made an official announcement yet. Some of the specs might be a camera with no flash, 1000mAh battery, and has support for microSD cards. It will also support a GPS radio and Bluetooth.
It’s all we found about Pantech P5000 and if it’ll be out soon - AT&T's shelves is where it is headed to.