Documentation on FCC’s website has managed to leak a yet-unannounced Motorola handset, the WX404.
This is a pretty unassuming featurephone, has a full QWERTY keyboard, tri-band 850/1700/1900 MHz CDMA radios, camera, USB port and headset jack.
The draft user manual adds references to Bluetooth, microSD card support, a media player of sorts and Qualcomm’s BREW platform.
As always with phones that show up at the FCC, details are indeed scarce at this point. Judging from the CDMA bands it supports, it may be headed to either Cricket, MetroPCS, or both.
Obviously, there’s no release date to speak of, since Motorola hasn’t officially acknowledged this handset’s existence yet.
No predicted price for much the same reason, though it has to be said that if priced correctly (read:cheap), this may turn out to be a success with certain categories of teens and/or tweens.
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