Whoa, what's this? No, seriously -- does anyone in attendance know what this device is? Clearly, we're able to decipher that it's a UTStarcom Knick, and we're also pretty sure it's designed for AT&T, but considering that this is the first time we've ever heard of this thing, we're still a bit awestruck. The very Sidekick-like handset boasts a full QWERTY keyboard underneath the sliding display, and based on the informational placard accompanying it at some RadioShack kiosk, we can tell that it boasts an inbuilt still / video camera, GPS and support for mobile TV. Curiously enough, we've also found a random accessory site pushing universal belt clips for this very phone, so maybe we'll actually see something official sooner rather than later. Check out what looks to be a "press shot" after the jump.

Update: More details listed after the break. Thanks, Michael!

[Thanks, Luppers]

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AT&T / UTStarcom GTX75 (Codename: Knick)
UMTS 850/1900/2100
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (+ Qualcomm 3G CDMA)
Games: Brain Challenge 2, Jewel Quest 2, Sudoku

Apps: AT&T Navigator (GPS), Billboard Mobile, MobiTV, Mobile Banking,
MusicID (Shazam Entertainment), XM Radio, Mobile Email (Y!, AOL, AIM, Windows Live Mail),
People Mobile, IM (AIM, MSN, Y!), YellowPages

Web: POLARIS Browser, Ver. 6.0 (Build 06232008)

Bluetooth support: Headset, Stereo Headset, Dial Up Networking, A/V Remote Control

Memory: 35MB onboard plus microSD slot

Camera: 1.3MP

Voice commands

No accelerometer