Back in January, we told you about Motorola’s plans to soon come up with a full-fledged QWERTY texting phone for the iDEN network. The i465 has now appeared on the FCC’s website, along with a bunch of pictures and a User Manual. In our view, the device is quite cute - it´s got a likable shape and features a relatively small display and front keyboard with its keys looking somewhat bulging and jutty actually. As it typically is with all low-end handsets, the i465 won’t sport any mind-boggling features, but has its purpose set straight – to meet the needs of users that just can’t help typing messages. Looking forward to getting more details from Moto!