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FCC Approves Touch-Enabled Motorola QA4

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Mar 16, 2009, 7:49 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Documents seen on the FCC site provide details about an unannounced Motorola phone. The QA4 is a slider that also features a touch screen for user input. It has tri-band 850/1700/1900 MHz CDMA radios, including EVDO, aGPS and stereo Bluetooth. A camera of unknown quality is visible in the pictures of the QA4, and the draft user manual mentions video capture. The manual also mentions built-in YouTube and Picasa features, but it doesn't provide too much detail on how the touch-based user interface will work. The QA4 has microUSB for data transfer and also supports microSD cards. The QA4 has not been officially announced by Motorola or any wireless carriers, but it is compatible with wireless networks operated by Sprint, Verizon, and MetroPCS.



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Mar 16, 2009, 11:39 PM

so who gets it?

it sounds and looks like metro branding and features, and VZW already has a touch screen moto
actually i can verify that cricket will be getting this phone. it is in their phone list in their systems along with the Motorola hint as of about 3 weeks ago. no pricing or availability has been announced yet but i expect to hear something soon. if i...
It's too fancy and too advanced for metro. The current Verizon touch-screen Motorola phone is a piece of garbage. I hope Verizon gets this phone.
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