The FCC has confirmed that the phone features 3G and Wi-Fi, in addition to the features we’ve already presented in September: a 2.4 inch display, full QWERTY keyboard, and a rear camera of unknown resolution. Most likely, the EX225 runs Brew MP, not Android.
Since the EX225 has been tested by the FCC only on the 850 / 1900 GSM and 850 WCDMA bands, we’re not sure yet if the handset will be released in North America. Anyway, we’ll bring more details as soon as Motorola officially announces the new phone.
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