If for some reason you want Verizon to release a new Motorola touchscreen phone that doesn’t run Android (like the Droid and the Devour do), we’ve got good news: it looks like the Motorola Crush – launched by US Cellular in November last year – will be soon introduced by the largest North American carrier.
They may hide the logo in the meantime (like they did with the logo on the ZTE phone), but we’ve already saved the original photo for you to see it:
As you may recall, the Motorola Crush features a 2.8 inch WQVGA touchscreen display, EV-DO connectivity, stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, 2MP camera and MicroSD card support.
The Moto Crush is currently offered by US Cellular for $80 on contract, so Verizon will probably sell it for a similar price.
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