Looks like AT&T is also looking for different manufactures then HTC, at least an AT&T
branded Windows Mobile Smartphone passed the FCC tests.
While the overall look and feel reminds on an HTC Excalibur and the keyboard
reminds on the Motorola Moto Q, AT&T's SMT5700 is manufactured by Chinese Amoi.
Not too much is known yet, except that the QWERTY-equipped Windows Mobile 5
Smartphone features a 2 megapixel camera, a microSD slot, ant it seems that it
left UMTS but supports EDGE only:
While the manual currently mentions Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphone it's not
yet clear if the device might be launched with Windows Mobile 6 Standard instead
or if AT&T might offer a later Windows Mobile 6 upgrade.
Since the source is the FCC the release date and estimated pricing is unknown yet.
Cheers ~ Arne