The Korean Ruby is called MOTO Klassic and will be available via SK Telecom, featuring CDMA Ev-DO connectivity.
As we mentioned before, the phone has two QVGA displays (the external one being touch-sensitive), a 5MP autofocus camera, GPS, Bluetooth, MicroSD card support, and a 950 mAh battery.
No word yet if Motorola plans to release the Ruby / Klassic outside Korea, but you can check out the phone on its official (Korean) website.
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