The Motorola Q only debuted this summer, but Motorola has already started talking about its replacement. Last month, the company gave a few details about this upcoming model, which is currently being referred to as the Q Pro.
The most recent information on this Windows Mobile Smartphone comes in the form of a few pictures and some additional details from a Hungarian web site.
According to this source, the Motorola Q Pro will have a re-designed keyboard and gain support for UMTS/HSDPA cellular-wireless networking.
The images also clearly show the Vodafone logo, which means this will be a GSM-based device. The only version of the original Q to debut so far has been CDMA.
A 2.0 megapixel camera (vs. the Q’s 1.3 megapixel one) completes the new details revealed by this source.
Despite these changes, it appears the new model will have the same general shape as its predecessor: a slim tablet with a QWERTY keyboard and a QVGA screen.
Last month, Motorola said it expects to introduce this new smartphone during the first three months of next year.
Thanks to the::unwired for the tip.