The HTC Touch Cruise has passed FCC review and done so sporting AT&T's 3G bands. The Touch Cruise also sports the "Footprint" feature we saw previously. "Footprint" essentially is tagging a photo with GPS coordinates which allows you to track back to where the photo was taken. A few more specifications from the Touch Cruise include a 528Mhz processor, 512mb ROM, 256mb RAM, and a microSD expansion slot. The device measures 4.02x2.11x.57 inches and weighs in at 3.63 ounces. The Touch Cruise will run Windows Mobile 6.1 and have Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS functionality.

The weakest point in the specifications may be the 1100mAh battery. For a device that is marketable for the "Footprint" feature which relies heavily on GPS, I can't help but think this is an awfully small power source. No confirmation on pricing, availability or if AT&T is a lock on picking this phone up. But we're not going to bet the farm on it, given that it still has that other keyboardless phone.

Thanks, Marco, for the tip.