Motorola QA30 Leaked: Moto's First QWERTY Slider

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It appears that Motorola is getting ready to add the QA30 to their Q-Series lineup complete with a sliding QWERTY keypad. It isn't a smartphone and the specs (CDMA, 1x-EVDO connectivity, 2.5 inch TFT, Full HTML browser, 2 MP camera, Bluetooth, MicroSD / MicroSDHC card support, up to 32GB) aren't going to wow anyone, but it might be a decent option for Alltel customers looking for a cheap QWERTY. That is, of course, if you can get past the wonky looking design.

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[Howard Forums via Unwired View]

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You are all ignoring one single described fact: "it might be a decent option for Alltel customers looking for a cheap QWERTY". Well, it seems that Motorola is looking for a different economic group of the market. The most part of you, people, have money and are looking for something new, extremelly functional, and, of course, expensive. I guess that is very easy to you to judge. But, Motorola has a lot of costumers at Latin America (this phone, in particular, probably not), potencial users, and in these countries, the most of people don't have a lot of money to spend in a high tear mobile phone. Everytime you criticise Moto to sell simple mobiles, but they think in America (the continent) market, where Motorola is the leader at cell phones sales. Even in USA, there is poor people that, possibly, will buy a cell phone like this one. A few years ago, about 10 years, nobody had cell phones, and no one died because of that. You are all slaves of high tecnology, not users of it... Please, think a little before criticise. There are a lot of poor people that want to buy a good mobile, and, maybe, they don't need WiFi...