Moto plans on releasing the i465 handset this year, the first iDEN phone that packs a QWERTY keyboard. Unlike what some of you might think, this is not a Windows Mobile device, but rather a low-end device, so the choice of implementing that type of keypad is rather odd..



QWERTY plus dumbphone equals hardcore texting for sure, which is just another way for carriers to get more revenue, by “feeding” the youngsters with texting devices.

Moto i465 comes with Bluetooth 2.0 and a poor VGA cam, as for the rest of the specs, they’re a mystery right now, as is the handset’s launch date and adopting carriers.

[via Engadget]

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