Motorola’s certainly no stranger to phones with full QWERTY keyboards (see the Droid/Milestone, the BackFlip, or the old Q series). Well, here’s another Moto handset that seems to be quite messaging-friendly: the Motorola WX404 (a rather unfortunate name, if we think about the web-related 404).
The Moto WX404 has been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG (which also brought us the Motorola i897 Amphora and the WX415 last week). It’s a candybar with a landscape display, CDMA connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1, internet browser, multimedia capabilities, and a 2MP camera.
Apparently, the WX404 will e launched in both North and South America, so maybe Sprint or Verizon will get it. Or perhaps the phone is made for smaller carriers like U.S. Cellular or MetroPCS – we can’t know for sure yet.
By the looks of it, the Motorola WX404 will be cheap. And since it has that green edge, maybe it’s also eco-friendly, like the MotoCubo A45.
We don’t know when the WX404 will be announced by Motorola, but I won’t be surprised if this happens in a couple of months.
Via Bluetooth SIG
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