Although yet announced by its manufacturer, Motorola QA4 has already received the FCC approval and should hit the stores before Summer, we suppose. The device is a touch slider with support for EV-DO, and tri-band CDMA connectivity (850/1700/1900 MHz).



Stereo Bluetooth, aGPS and a camera with an unknown megapixel count are also present on its specs list. The user manual of this handset also mentions video capture support, built in YouTube and Picassa, but we have no info on the phone’s UI. QA4 uses a microUSB port for data transfer and microSD cards for more memory.

Although it hasn’t hit the market yet, QA4 should be available on Sprint, Verizon or MetroPCS.

[via Phonescoop]

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