Motorola Pax Dual-Core Smartphone Surfaces with Support for Sprint CDMA 1X Advanced Push-to-Talk Network

August 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wonder what Moto is up to these days? They are ushering in the Pax! We know you are not convinced. Images spotted in the wild tell us that the company’s labs are almost ready with a new smartphone codenamed the Pax.

Said to have been built to run on a dual-core processor, the Moto Pax will come with support for Sprint’s CDMA 1X Advanced push-to-talk network.

The design and form factor give us interesting cues, as the device looks like it has been inspired heavily by Nokia’s E71 series. Further, the QWERTY keyboard right under the display evokes memories of RIM’s BlackBerry devices.

We believe this device is the same XPRT-like device that had leaked out of Motorola’s stables back in June. Though we do not have much info on what would go under the hood, we tend to think of a 1GHz single-core TI OMAP 3 powering the device.

Aspects such as which version of Android OS would run the smartphone and whether it would come with support for WiMax and the like are still under wraps.

We are just waiting to hear from the phone maker or the network carrier to tell us more on that. In the mean time, it’s just the pictures we have for you to judge. What is your take on the device that might soon arrive? Tell us more on that.

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