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FCC Outs Tri-Band CDMA Motorola WX404

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Jul 19, 2010, 11:55 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Documents on the Federal Communications Commission's web site provide a few details about an unannounced device from Motorola. The WX404 appears to be a slab-style QWERTY phone with tri-band 850/1700/1900MHz CDMA radios on board. According to pictures on the FCC web site, the WX404 has a full keyboard, camera, USB port, and headset jack. The draft user manual references Bluetooth, support for microSD cards, media player, and Qualcomm's BREW platform, though those details aren't confirmed by the FCC. This phone hasn't been announced by Motorola or a wireless network operator, though tri-band CDMA devices such as this are compatible with networks run by Cricket and MetroPCS.



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Jul 19, 2010, 2:58 PM

USCC Grasp

USCC is getting this phone in aug. It is a dual band phone. I am suprise that a tri band phone was not approve.

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Jul 19, 2010, 2:20 PM


this is what we have to offer in 2010...not some crazy new devices with cool features. we're offering BREW...i guess this phone came out of the 1998 box
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