Pantech’s C810 is poised to be the first U.S. phone to mix GPS and HSDPA, in Windows Mobile Standard packaging. Online wireless retailer Wirefly has accidentally leaked full specifications of the Pantech C810. The C810 has been rumored for AT&T since before Helio launched the Ocean, on which the C810 is based.
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The C810 is a dual-silder phone running Windows Mobile 6 Standard. It features both a traditional dial pad and QWERTY slide-out keyboard. But, its power lies the fact that it is the first Windows Mobile device on AT&T to combine HSDPA and built-in GPS.
The phone also features a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth with A2DP, IR Port, Java, and a microSD card slot. Also of note is that this is the first smart device to support AT&T Video Share one-way video calling.