Motorola Evoke QA4 gets FCC's OK

Motorola Evoke QA4 gets FCC's OK
Although not yet officially announced, the Evoke QA4 became Motorola’s hottest device. Initially, screenshots, design photos and a few specs have leaked. Yesterday we spotted it at Moto’s official page and now, the FCC says OK to it and publishes a few of its documents. Oh, we wish the manual showed more details!

However, a couple of its pages give us some really dirty thoughts – does the Evoke run on Android OS? Its main menu is opened by swiping from bottom to top (see image) and tapping on the top line gives “access to active status”, reminding us of the Android notifications screen. In addition, the manual mentions synchronization with Google Contacts, YouTube and Picasa.

We know Motorola plans Android phones, but is the Evoke the first one of them? Did the manufacturer completely redesign the OS, so that it looks funkier? Is the rumored 240x400 pixels screen resolution enough for Android? Can it work without hardware navigation keys? We are looking forward to seeing your comments!

Motorola Evoke QA4 Preliminary Specifications

source: FCC

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