The FCC has revealed the Motorola A4500 smart device intended for Verizon Wireless.
The A4500 is a derivative of the Q series and features a dual-mode CDMA/GSM radio for international roaming, Windows Mobile 6.1, microSDHC expansion slot, Wi-Fi radio, 2.0 megapixel camera with video recorder, media player, biometric fingerprint scanner, TV output, and GPS support along with speakerphone.
Neither Verizon nor Motorola have confirmed the device.
2 responses to “FCC Reveals Motorola A4500 Dual-Mode Smartphone for Verizon”
Ohhhhh Man, I LOVE it. A NEW Q finally. I’m still using my old Silver Neanderthal, while waiting for a new one. I suppose it will be a WinMo standard, not Pro, but that’s fine. Or not. I do like the mouse on some of the newer Samsung PPCs along with the productivity software, but hey.
how does audio fidelity and signal reception compare to my awesome e815? I bought a half dozen from an ebay store because I have zero confidence in the new *phones*! I couldn’t care less about interweb or tv on my PHONE. I’m not interested in being extorted out of $50 more a month for a “data capable” phone when I have NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER of using the data “features” of a “smart” phone. How smart is it to rape firmware?