Motorola has a new rugged QWERTY phone (in the vein of Sprint’s Clutch i465) that’s bound to be released in the US.
The phone is called Motorola WX450 and, as this FCC filling points out, is AT&T-branded – which, of course, means the carrier will start selling it at some point.
Feature-wise, the WX450 offers 3G (850 / 1900 MHz), Bluetooth, FM radio, push-to-talk, photo camera with video recording, and MicroSD card support.
There’s no word on the price of the Motorola WX450, and neither on its launch date.
AT&T’s latest rugged phone from Motorola is the Moto Tundra, released back in 2009 and currently available for $179.99 on contract.
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