FCC has always been a valuable source for information on new, often yet unannounced, phones. Today, it digs up the first details on the VE20
, Motorola’s new attempt to capture Sprint’s customers’ attention. It looks as yet another budget phone, in clamshell form-factor and the typical for Moto design language. This one looks as the child of a RAZR and a KRZR. The pictures reveal it to be made out of dull plastic (not glossy as in K1m) but with brushed aluminum back (similar to V3m).
The manual doesn’t mention much on the specs of this EV-DO phone, but we can see a microSD slot and a 2-megapixel camera with no flash. Below the screen, there should be touch sensitive keys, which we guess are going to be the typical rewind, play/pause and fast forward.
The Bluetooth site mentions the VE20 as the Motorola Vegas
for Sprint and as the Vegas Row, probably for the rest of the CDMA carriers.