Motorola with four leaked devices

Motorola with four leaked devices
Obviously, Motorola is still hiding a few tricks up its sleeve. There is information about four upcoming phones of the manufacturer, all of which seem to be targeted at different groups of customers.

We will begin with the Motorola QA1, which has just been approved by the FCC. The device is a quad-band GSM and a dual-band 3G slider, which is expected to ship with AT&T. In addition, it seems that the socializing users will also find something of interest in the new phone, including a full QWERTY keyboard and an integrated Facebook app.

Next, Moto has prepared the QA4 – an EV-DO handset, which may also be destined to hit the U.S market. It also utilizes the slider form-factor, but is narrower than the QA1 and packs a 2.8 touchscreen. The D-pad will be the only physical element on the front side. It looks sleek.

There is a little something for the music maniacs too. Some pictures of a new ROKR device have leaked, revealing a candybar handset, equipped with a touchscreen. It sports a 3.2-megapixel camera and that is about everything that is being known of the device so far. There are some suggestions, pointing that it may bear the name of E11 or E12, but none of this is sure yet.

Finally, we will end up with the slider VE66LX, which is actually a pompous gilded variant of the VE66, transforming the original phone into a luxuriously-looking one. We highly doubt that there will be any change in the functionality of the phone.

source: Engadget, AllAboutPhones (Translated), CellPhoneSignal



1. tanders04

Posts: 71; Member since: Feb 12, 2009

The "new ROKR" has been identified as the old Texel.

2. Legion

Posts: 397; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Whats with the Blitz design on the QA1? I havent met someone who likes that type of qwerty yet.

3. trentsinmypants

Posts: 324; Member since: Jan 29, 2009

Haha, the Blitz is our #2 returned device behind the Storm (mainly because people dont take the time to sit down and learn how the storm works) I agree that this design is a poor one and that manufacturers need to maybe branch out, allow USERS to submit ideas to them, and come up with a unit that is made by USERS for USERS. Just a thought......

4. Airlock

Posts: 10; Member since: Jan 15, 2009

Good job Motorola, way to round the edges off of your already atrocious looking CDMA QA30 and slap in a GSM radio. The QA4 *might* be nice if the touch screen and interface are much improved over the quirky and unresponsive ZN4. I yawn at the other 2 until more is known about them. Moto, please stop building phones that no one finds intriguing and go back to building phones that set the standard by which all other phones are measured.

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