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Cingular officially brings back the Audiovox SMT 5600

Peter Rojas
Audiovox SMT 5600

Ending months of speculation about when they were going to get around to finishing to this, Cingular has finally officially relaunched the Audiovox SMT 5600, that fairly well-liked Windows Mobile-powered Smartphone that was originally available from AT&T Wireless before the carrier got swallowed up by Cingular. Specs are the same as before, but we'll recap 'em for you anyway: it's a tri-band GSM/GPRS phone with Windows Media Player 10 Mobile (it's the first cellphone compatible with PlaysForSure), 32MB of RAM, a 2.2-inch, 176 x 220 pixel LCD screen, Bluetooth, a VGA quality digital camera, and a mini SD card slot. They'll sell it to you for $199.99 with a two year service agreement, at least if you're lucky enough to live in "select markets".

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