While AT&T’s struggling to provide some decent signal and coverage for all iPhone owners, it seems to have the satellite phone segment covered, by revealing the Genus handset, you can check out below. This device relies on TerreStar’s communication satellite in orbit and it runs Windows Mobile.



Genus can access both terrestrial HSPA networks and those that rely on satellites, providing coverage all over the globe. In case you’re wondering about the specs, this satellite phone comes with a 3 megapixel camera with digital zoom, flash and autofocus, Windows Mobile 6.5, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and a microSD memory card slot.

It’s also got a 2.6 inch QVGA touchscreen and a 2.5mm audio jack and if you’re wondering about the launch date, it’ll reach the market in Q1 2010.

[Press via IntoMobile]

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