RAZR-like Motorola Smartphone Leaked
Jun 27, 2005, 1:45 PM by (staff)
A new Motorola phone was leaked today that appears to combine RAZR styling with Windows Mobile for Pocket PC and a QWERTY thumb keyboard. The leak took the form of a presentation file on an official Microsoft server, apparently created by or for Dangaard Telecom, a major European phone distributor. The device is planned to be 11.5 mm thin. The specs include quad-band GSM with class 6 EDGE, landscape QVGA display, MiniSD card slot, Bluetooth, 1.3 megapixel camera, stereo speakers, and a thumbwheel.
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This reminds me of my 7250 minus the trackwheel.
Too bad nothing Microsoft or Motorola makes even comes close to the quality of a good Blackberry.