Motorola QA4, VE66LX and QA1 for AT&T in official pics

Although they’re not officially announced by Moto, Motorola QA4, Motorola QA1 and Motorola VE66LX have just appeared in a set of high-quality, made-for-press images.

First of all, we should speak about the QA4, which is a full touchscreen slider with an alphanumeric keypad and a navigation pad à la Nokia.

The handset, also known as Motorola QA4 Halo, is said to come with features that include: a 2.8 inch TFT touchscreen display with 240 x 400 pixels, accelerometer and CDMA/EV-DO connectivity.

 So it’s likely that Verizon Wireless (and maybe Sprint too) will release it in the US soon.

Here’s what the QA4 Halo looks like:

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Motorola VE66LX (or Motorola VE66 Lux) is, of course, a Luxury Edition of the 5MP VE66 slider. Overall, it has a nice design, and if you’re into golden-looking handsets, the VE66LX is definitely for you:

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Last but not least, we have the Motorola QA1, which is pictured with AT&T’s logo on it – a clear sing that the North American carrier will launch it sometime in the near future.

The QA1 features a full QWERTY keyboard and resembles the Hint QA30, although it has more rounded edges.

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The prices and exact release dates of the three new Moto phones are yet to be announced.

Via Mobile Review

Author: Ilinca Nita

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