Motorola Evoke QA4 Cell Phone

2009/04/02 |

Motorola is going to unleash a pretty cool handset aimed at social networking enthusiasts, Evoke QA4. It comes with a 2.8-inch full touchscreen display with both virtual QWERTY keyboard and traditional slide-out keypad. You can also fnd those two options when you’re going to make a phone call, either by using the keypad or the touchscreen directly. Regarding phone call, Evoke promises a clear and convenient communication, thanks to the adoption of noise reduction technology that removes (or at least lowers) background noise during phone calls. There’s a built-in Bluetooth technology with A2DP support, so you can use your Bluetooth headset for receiving phone from your friends. Finally, like most modern handsets nowadays, Evoke QA4 also sports an integrated widgets to easily access real-time information, social networking sites, and personalized RSS feeds from the Web such as weather, sports scores, stock reports, news headlines and more. Other features include an integrated 2 megapixel camera module, microSD media card slot, built-in GPS navigation receiver, and a 256MB of onboard storage. Not clear whether it has WiFI or not.