Motorola recently said it would launch up to 10 devices via Sprint this year. It already introduced the XPRT, Titanium, Triumph, and Photon 4G, and now we can take a better look at what seems to be Sprint’s fifth Moto handset in 2011.
Codenamed Motorola Pax (peace, bro), the new smartphone has the same from factor the XPRT and Titanium have: it’s a portrait QWERTY handset with a touchscreen display – as revealed by this previously leaked photo.
According to This is my next, the Motorola Pax features a dual-core processor, and will support Sprint’s new new CDMA 1X Advanced push-to-talk network. There’s no word on the handset’s screen size and resolution yet.
Hopefully, unlike the XPRT (which was launched with Android Froyo), the Pax will come with Gingerbread from day one. More on this as we get it.
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