Swedish Qtek has updated their website with information about a new Smartphone, the Qtek 8100 which is based on HTC's Amadeus (and basically, design-wise the same as T-Mobile's SDA Music).
Amadeus and Feeler (for instance the i-mate SP3i) are the same devices, however in addition to the standard button-layout, the Amadeus has 4 more buttons. T-Mobile used this buttons for their SDA Music to add a direct access to their WAP portal as well as controlling the Media Player.
The WAP portal button has changed on the Qtek 8100 and is assigned to the Pocket Internet Explorer now, the other buttons are still assigned to the Media player.
Either my Swedish is a little bit rusty or Qtek hasn't left a word yet about the price or availability - at least I haven't found anything on their site.
Nevertheless, if you want to learn more about the 8100 you can check the specification page which is in English. Please keep in mind, the Qtek is based on the HTC Amadeus (aka T-Mobile SDA Music), not on T-Mobile's recently announced SDA II which will have a megapixel camera and (even more important) a QVGA screen (like the previously leaked Orange SPV C550).
Cheers ~ Arne