Update: Many readers are pointing out that the device appears to be a CDMA version of the Motorola V690, a Chinese mid-to-high end phone that preceeded the RAZR (but was the basis for RAZR designs), however was aimed at a lower price-point than the RAZR’s intended market. It is unlikely that the feature sets between the two will be similar, the V690 regardless of network lacked key requirements to even be a Vision MM-class device.
Sprint just posted a new media press kit for their launching NFL Mobile content package (granted to them under the ESPN MVNO agreement). However, the pictures of the phones used are of a Motorola phone with a keypad that has not been seen previously. The form-factor appears to resemble the RAZR (though without knowing the depth of the image it is difficult to identify exactly), but, also does not match either V3, V3c, or V3x that have been pictured previously. The removal of electrochromatic keys may indicate a less-expensive RAZR as well.
Sprint PR officials were not available for immediate comment.
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