Cricket Wireless and Motorola on Monday announced the low-cost carriers highest-end phone so far, the Motorola Evoke QA4. The QA4 will be Crickets first touch-screen phone.
The Evoke is a somewhat oval-shaped slider phone (4.25 x 2 x .7, 4.5 oz) with a 2.8, 240x400 LCD touch screen. The screen slides up to show a ridged phone number pad.
Motorola has loaded quite a bit of software on here for a non-smart-phone - as always, it will be interesting to see what the carriers leave intact. The Evoke has a full HTML browser, a special MySpace app, threaded SMS and email applications, video streaming from sites like YouTube, and GPS. Motorola promises quick-start widgets on the home screen to let you jump to social networking and photo-sharing sites.
The Evoke has an accelerometer, and if you turn it on its side, it pops up a virtual QWERTY keypad for texting and e-mailing.
The phone supports stereo Bluetooth audio and has 256 MB of memory, plus room for a MicroSD card up to 16 GB. On the back, theres a 2-megapixel camera with video recording capabilities.
The Evoke runs on CDMA EVDO Rev A 3G networks in the 850/1900 and AWS bands, which means itll work with not only Cricket, but Verizon, Sprint and MetroPCS if they choose to pick it up.
Cricket will begin selling the Evoke in May. The companies did not announce a price.
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