HTC Rhodium / AT&T Fortress hits the FCC

By: T-Marco June 4th, 2009

  HTC Rohdium for AT&TAfter the HTC upcoming phones leaked for AT&T we posted here. Now FCC just passed the New HTC Rhodium/  Fortress for AT&T. The slider QWERTY handset just arrived at the FCC. The listing is awfully meager at the moment, but it looks like the model number will be the RHOD300.

Here some specifications:

QuadBand GSM/ Dual band HSDPA / HSUPA 850 and 1900

Touch and slide out full Qwerty keyboard.

Display 3.6″ WVGA 480 x 800 pixel

Windows Mobile 6.1.6 by launch date, with upgrade to WM 7.x on Sept 2009.

Touch Flo 3D

Push to Talk

A-GPS

OTA capable and side loading

AT&T video share calling

WiFi b/g

3.2 Megapixel camera with autofocus and digital zoom.

Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP

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