The FCC has given its approval to the Motorola Q.
Typically, this would mean that all the details on this upcoming smartphone would be posted on this U.S. government’s web site. However, because of a confidentiality request, this hasn’t happened.
Still, there is an image in one of the test reports that clearly shows a Motorola Q with the Verizon logo on it.
Motorola had previously announced that the Q will be available first from a carrier that uses CDMA, but this is the first time that there has been any hard evidence that it would be Verizon.
What little information the FCC is revealing on this device can be found on its web site.
More About the Motorola Q
Its maker claims that the Motorola Q will be “the world’s thinnest, lightest QWERTY phone”.
This will be one of the first devices to run Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone, and therefore will support the push email system Microsoft is developing.
The Motorola Q won’t just be about email, though. It will be able to play music in a variety of formats and it will sport dual speakers.
In a slightly unusual move, it will have a 320-by-240-pixel (QVGA) that is in landscape mode by default.
A miniSD slot will offer additional Storage for music, as well as other types of files.
It will include a 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth short-range wireless networking.
Motorola hasn’t given all the specifications on this device, but, according to a leaked description of this model, it will have 64 MB of RAM and 128 MB of Flash ROM.