New, unnamed Motorola CDMA clamshell leaked by the FCC
The Federal Communications Commission has recently approved a new Motorola phone, a clamshell that appears with the FCC ID IHDP56JM2.
Unfortunately, the handset’s official name is not known for the moment, and neither are details about its release.
What we do know is that the new clamshell seems to be a mid-end device. It has external music dedicated keys, Bluetooth, a photo camera (probably of at least 2MP) and a flat alphanumeric keyboard.
Here’s what the phone looks like:
Apparently, there will be two versions of the phone available: one with 800 / 1900 MHz CDMA connectivity, and one with support for MetroPCS and Cricket’s 1700 MHz AWS frequencies.
Motorola will probably announce the clamshell in the near future and we’ll be here to let you know when this happens.