It looks like this Monday morning has brought some good news for those hoping to see something Windows Phone 7 flavored coming from Asus. New images of the WP7-toting device comes courtesy of the FCC, which also reveals the handset was submitted a whole 6 months ago in April.
Back in August, a Windows Phone 7 prototype appeared in the form of an unknown Asus device. Turns out, the handset actually exists, and is now known as the Asus E600.
As for other specs, it is estimated that the Asus E600 is going to have a display that is around 4 inches, along with the usual Windows Phone 7 goodies including a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and Windows button on the front. Other specs confirmed by the listing includes a 1300 mAh battery, volume up/down rocker, camera key, microUSB port, lock/power button and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
There are the images which are showing a rather nice look at the front of the handset, the back of the handset and one of the complete package including the power charger, battery, USB cable and headphones. With that, it looks like we are going to have to keep an eye out for anything E600 related in hopes that we see something a bit more official coming from either Asus or a wireless carrier.
We’re hearing rumors at this point that this phone may actually never see a retail release, that it’s now just a test bed for future models, but if it does pop up at retail it’ll likely be nestled in at AT&T stores.