Sprint Formally Announces Motorola Phones
Oct 3, 2006, 3:17 PM by (staff)
Sprint today officially announced they will begin selling the most popular Motorola handsets in time for the holiday season. Sprint did not have a relationship with Motorola for quite a while, causing them to miss out on the initial RAZR craze. Now they will offer the KRZR K1m, SLVR L7c, and RAZR V3m by early November. All three models are EV-DO equipped and will feature the latest version of all Power Vision applications including Sprint Movies and NFL Mobile. They will also each feature modem capabilities if connected to laptops as well as turn by turn driving directions from Telenav. Former COO Len Lauer previously announced many of these models would be coming, as would the Q. However the Q was missing from today's announcement.
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Where's the Q?