A few months ago, we saw a pic of some mystery Asus device as well as some video of it being used. At the time, we speculated that it was headed to AT&T and while that's not 100% confirmed, it's looking more likely. The phone, now called the E600, was spotted at the FCC recently sporting your typical Windows Phone 7 specs:
- 4" screen
- 1300mah battery
- 5MP camera
- brushed metal
Overall, the device looks quite slick. It would be tough competition between that and Samsung Focus, though we think the Focus may edge it out just a bit (larger battery, great camera, super AMOLED, etc.). It also looks like Asus is going ahead, without Garmin, with their Windows Phone 7 launch, though who knows how committed they are. No confirmation on dates or pricing, though we imagine this will hit with the "second wave" of releases, starting with CDMA phones.
Source: FCC; via Phone Arena
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