As usual, the FCC teases us with visions of a future that seems tantalizingly close, but could really be far, far away. This time the government watchdogs have revealed that they've approved the BenQ EF81 for US use. BenQ was pretty careful with the phone they supplied the FCC, with none of those telltale service provider logos that sometimes provide us with clues about who we're going to have to sign up with for one of these. However, the fact that the EF81 is a tri-band GSM phone sort of narrows that down just a little. With a 2 megapixel camera, dual displays, 64MB of memory and TransFlash for expansion, this could be a handy little clamshell for shutterbugs on the go.

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