Motorola Hopes to Evoke a Reaction with the QA4
Today Motorola announced the QA4 Evoke, a quad-band CDMA slider with a 2.8-inch touch display. The QA4 covers the 850/1700/1900 MHz bands, and it also carries stereo Bluetooth and aGPS. The QA4 has a new user interface from Motorola that has widgets that users can customize and place on the home screen as they wish. It has integrated support for HTML web browsing and social networking sites such as MySpace and Google's Picasa. The Evoke has a 2 megapixel camera with video capture, and supports multiple media playback formats. It has a microSD card slot and supports cards up to 8GB. The QA4 has a standard physical numerical dialpad, but has a software QWERTY keyboard on-screen that appears when the phone is turned on its side. It brings with it threaded SMS/MMS conversations. Pricing has yet to be determined, but Motorola said the Evoke will be available in the second quarter of 2009.
Marshall Debuts the London, Its First Smartphone
Marshall Headphones today announced the London, an Android smartphone that puts music features in the front row. Marshall designed the phone to evoke the look and feel of its analog guitar amplifiers.
Motorola Updates Moto E with LTE
Motorola today introduced a second-generation Moto E with improved specs. Like its predecessor, the new Moto E is an entry-level handset.
Motorola Reveals the Moto X Style
Motorola today announced the Moto X Style, its flagship handset for 2015. The phone carries forward the same design from the last few years with a metallic frame and customizable rear panels, including silicon, wood, and leather.
Motorola to Sell Moto G4 Play Starting Sept. 15
Motorola today said it will make its low-cost Moto G4 Play handset available unlocked to U.S. buyers beginning September 15.
Keyboard Mod for Moto Z to Arrive this Winter for $99
Motorola today announced the pending availability of the Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod, an attachment that gives the Moto Z family a physical QWERTY keyboard for typing. The keyboard slides out and can tilt the handset up to 60 degrees for miniature-laptop-style typing.
Moto Evoke to USCC??
Quad-band CDMA (2100 Mhz?)