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RAZR-like Motorola Smartphone Leaked

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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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Jun 27, 2005, 3:59 PM

Blackberry killer

This reminds me of my 7250 minus the trackwheel.
newjerseycat said:
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.

Jun 28, 2005, 8:51 AM

Not Bad

it looks good. we all know it will cost atleast $600. now which carrier is the US would take this...wither T-Mobile or Cingular or both.

Jun 27, 2005, 8:38 PM


To me the front on pic and the side pic are of two different phone designs...the 'track wheel' that apears to protrude on the side pick dosen't show up on the profile of the front pic. Maybe its just below the surface or something? Who knows. Personaly I will beleive it when I see the phone live in pictures.

Jun 27, 2005, 1:49 PM


A small PDA, with quite a few works on it. I wonder if it will come, it could jump start PDA"S a bit more
yea wonder if it will work though,,, Evil or Very Mad
... they're calling it the "Franklin" at this point ... scheduled for release late 4Q2006 ...
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