And yes, this does mean the WX415 will be launched by Boost, although we couldn’t possibly say when.
The WX415 doesn’t run Android (like Verizon’s Moto WX445) and it’s not even a smartphone. It’s a clamshell with external music control keys, Bluetooth, and a photo camera.
Another unannounced clamshell is the Motorola Finch W418g, a low-end device with a 1.8 inch internal screen, GSM/GPRS connectivity, 3.5mm headset jack, Bluetooth, music player, MicroSD card support, and a 2MP camera.
Bluetooth SIG says the Motorola Finch W418g will be affordable (naturally). No word on when or where it will be released.
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