Reportedly, the second largest Canadian carrier will start selling the Hint QA30 on April 9, for as low as $129.95 (with a three year contract agreement). Sans contract, the handset should be available for $329.95.
In case you don’t know yet, Hint QA30 is Motorola’s first slider to come with a full QWERTY keypad.
Other than that, the phone features stuff like a QVGA display, GPS, Email, Web browser, Bluetooth, a 2MP camera and memory expansion slot (up to 8GB).
All in all, if you text a lot while on the go and don’t mind having a square-ish handset in your pocket, Motorola Hint QA30 may be a good choice for you.
Via Mobile Syrup
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