Sure, the FCC chief, but that doesn’t mean they are anywhere close to approving it. Of course, they did approve another phone today – a Motorola 3G phone, to be precise. The phone doesn’t seem to have a name yet, but has some neat features.
Apart from being a 3G phone, the Moto phone comes with a 2 megapixel camera. It’s a flip-style, with dual displays. The front of the device comes with touch-sensitive audio access keys, as well as volume control on the side.
The phone also features Motorola’s SCREEN3 technology, giving users a zero-click access to news, sports and entertainment. Bluetooth is available, and you can also sync data with a PC/laptop via USB.
No word on the pricing yet.