The Nokia 6790 is a Symbian S60 smartphone that will be released by AT&T in the US, probably in the next few months.
The handset is a “messaging focused” one, featuring a landscape QWERTY keyboard, a QVGA display, email, IM, Web browser and Bluetooth with A2DP.
Here’s what the 6790 looks like:
Unlike the Nokia Mako, Motorola VE440 Cadbury is not a smartphone. It’s a CDMA handset that apparently has low-end features.
Most probably, Motorola VE440 will be released by Verizon or Sprint in the US, but it’s not clear when this will happen.
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