The i-Mate brand hasn't really had any presence in the US, leaving fans of Windows Mobile smartphones to turn to HTC for all their mobile computing needs. However, as this FCC filing shows, the i-Mate KJAR is going to make its GSM-presence known some time soon.
The KJAR itself looks similar to the Cingular 8525, except this flips and flops instead of sliding. The KJAR has a TI OMAP750 CPU, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, 2-megapixel camera, miniSD expansion, 802.11b, and Bluetooth 1.2. Since it loses out in the features department to the 8525—no 3G, no 802.11g, and no Bluetooth 2.0—looking forward to this would be like looking forward to cake when you already had ice cream. Unless it's ice cream cake. Mmmmmmmmm.