Motorola Evoke QA4, a “socially-inclined device” with a 2.8″ full touch-screen, wants to keep you constantly connected. It supports different messaging styles with a QWERTY keyboard and slide out traditional keypad.
You can customize the home screen content with integrated widgets and personalized RSS feeds, and use the full HTML browser to share pictures, videos, and more online.
It can help you stay connected through phone calls, messaging, Web feeds, and social networks. The device offers multiple ways to make a phone call with a physical slider keypad and intuitive dialing features on the touch-screen.
As it’s equipped with an accelerometer, you can turn Evoke on its side to reveal a full-touch QWERTY keyboard for texting. Home screen messaging icons, predictive text and IM-style messaging make it easy to follow the back-and-forth of multiple conversations, says the company.
According to Motorola, it’s easy to customize Evoke and bring the content that’s important to you straight to the display. You can use integrated widgets to access real-time information, social networking sites, and personalized RSS feeds from the Web such as weather, sports scores, stock reports, news headlines, etc. You can hide or display the widgets of your choice.
The phone will be available in Q2 2009.
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