Motorola Q CDMA for Verizon was approved by the FCC

Motorola Q CDMA for Verizon was approved by the FCC

Motorola Q, for which rumors have been floating around for a while, was justa approved by the FCC. As expected, the Q will be initially available with CDMA networks support and will be released by Verizon Wireless. In only 0.45” thick body, Motorola have put 1.3 megapixel camera, QVGA display, Windows Mobile for Smartphones Operating System version 5.0, and slot for miniSD cards for memory expansion. And this is not all - the Q even features full QWERTY keyboard on it. The CDMA version operates in 800/1900 MHz CDMA networks and can take advantage of the high-speed EV-DO.

Motorola Q with Verizon branding

Motorola Q CDMA Specification List

Motorola have officially announced the CDMA EV-DO version, and expect it in the first quarter of the 2006. The FCC's images clearly show again Verizon branding.

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