Sony Ericsson W760a mobile phone is on its way to AT&T

Conformation has come to the net that the new Sony Ericsson 760a mobile phone is going to AT&T. The new Sony Ericsson W760a has just passed the FCC tests with dual WCDMA American bands.

It wasn’t a certainty that the Sony Ericsson W760a would go to AT&T after the cancellation of the Sony Ericsson K850 mobile handset, however, the images of the W760a show the AT&T branding on the bottom left.

The Sony Ericsson W760a mobile phone will sport a built-in GPS receiver, MP3 player, FM radio with RDS and Motion Sensor, Stereo speakers, Stereo Bluetooth and a 3.2 megapixel camera.

As yet there is no word on when the Sony Ericsson W760a handset will become available via AT&T or just how much it will cost, but we are thinking that maybe it will hit AT&T in a couple of weeks.

More info when it becomes available.

Source — cellphone signal


2 thoughts on “Sony Ericsson W760a mobile phone is on its way to AT&T”

  1. Todd says:

    I’ve had to replace this phone six times in ten weeks. In fact,the latest replacement just arrived yesterday and the keypad doesn’t work. This phone has been a nightmare and simply just can’t recommand the Sony Ericsson w760a to even a third world country.

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