Motorola Reveals New Text-Savvy Phone
Jul 1, 2004, 8:57 AM by (staff)
Motorola today announced the A630, a new clamshell messaging phone with a QWERTY mini-keyboard. In a unique twist, the phone includes a full keypad and small display on the outside for placing phone calls. The tri-band GSM device also includes a VGA camera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, email client, and multi-network instant messaging. The A630 will be available from Cingular later this summer.
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check this out in ebay..
linkfeeney said:I strongly doubt the person selling it is cre...
I saw the phone on ebay going for $760 WITHOUT THE HOME charger! people got the money don't know what to do with it but to blow it on a new phone. GOOD JOB!
By the way, anyone know how to unlock the browser and everything? I can never figure out how to get on chats or internet with my current phones
Good thing that this isnt on T-Mobile. ...
Who said it won't be? Cingular will have it first, followed by other carriers.
Also most people text with the thumbs so to hold the phone open and text with the thumbs is not hard, so you wouldn't need to set the phone...
I am now off contract with T-mobile. This maybe just what it will take to get me to move over to cingular, that is if cingular is good in my area and they are offering it at a reasonable price, if not i may have
Internet can't be better than sidekick though?!
This is exactly the form factor I've been waiting for (small side-opener that looks like normal phone when closed, but smaller than Nokia 9500), but sadly Motorola had to build it. I've owned a few of their phones (last
does anyone know?
Just an update, it's a Quad Band GSM phone, not a tri band.
That's what the rumor mill was saying before it was announced, but no, it turns out it's actually tri-band. Says right there in the press re...