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.
Here’s what the QA4 Halo looks like:
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:
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.
The prices and exact release dates of the three new Moto phones are yet to be announced.
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