Hands-on images of the Moto Napoleon and the CDM8975 for Verizon
The Napoleon is the upcoming addition to the Q9 series of Motorola that will be available from Verizon. It is a hybrid device, meaning that it’ll boost both GSM and CDMA connectivity. To be more precise, the Napoleon will utilize a dual-band CDMA and a quad-band GSM support, which makes it a good alternative for the Samsung Saga. Its other features are pretty standard for a smartphone actually, including a QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera and Wi-Fi. What's very interesting about it, however, is that it packs a fingerprint sensor, the purpose of which is to contribute for the safety of your information, stored in the device. It will run the Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard operating system.
We still do not have any official release dates from the manufacturer, but these pictures here are giving us some hope that we will see it soon enough.
Motorola Napoleon Preliminary Specifications
Coming next, we have some shots of the Verizon Wireless CDM8975. This clamshell device is now available with Big Red and offers some modest specifications, including a 2-inch display, 1.3-megapixel camera and Bluetooth.
Verizon CDM8975 Specifications