May 1, 2008

FCC Approves of Motorola A810

The almighty FCC has just given their nod of approval for the Motorola A810, which means we ought to be able to see it hit the market sometime in the near future. The A810 will be a Linux-based handset, and in some ways like the Motoming, it does away with a physical keyboard by relying on a pure touch screen interface instead. Some critical touch sensitive controls are located right below the screen, working in a similar manner as selected Samsung MP3 players. Further details concerning its specifications are unavailable, but we do know the A810 has a stylus stored in the back, a virtual QWERTY keyboard, handwriting recognition and a 2 megapixel camera.

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