Pantech's still trying to keep its C630 relatively under wraps until it's formally introduced next month, but thanks to a bit of snooping around within the FCC's database, we already knew it was on the way. At any rate, the company has revealed at a recent press event that the low-cost, 3G-capable C630 will soon join the expanding AT&T family. As for specs, we're told that it'll boast a 1.3-megapixel camera, speakerphone support, Bluetooth, an MP3 player and a microSD card slot. The end product isn't likely to be tremendously fancy, but at just $49 or so (estimated) on contract, it's probably not a bad choice for Symbian fans on a budget.

[Via phoneArena]

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