Sprint readies first Qchat phones to be launched

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Sprint readies first Qchat phones to be launched
It seems that Sprint is preparing its Qchat service for a launch, as according to rumors, a PTT-capable phone will be released in the next quarter of the year. This information comes from an anonymous source, revealing the first photos of an LG device, which we guess is the LG LX400. It is said to be similar to the Muziq in features, but the Qualcomm Qchat technology which is the CDMA equivalent of the iDEN’s Push-To-Talk service, will be its main selling point. Having in mind the rugged Samsung Z400 that was approved by FCC and also is equipped with Qchat PTT, it is strange that still there is no phone from Motorola on the horizon …

source: EngadgetMobile


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