The Evoke sports and eye-catching slider design with a touch screen and multimedia features. It doesn't offer much new, but at least it's not another Razr.
Motorola Evoke QA4
The Moto Evoke's 2.8-inch touch-screen is a little small for our tastes. The icon-based menu is intuitive, however. Just one physical control sits below the display while the keypad hides behind the sliding design. The keypad buttons are large, but also flat.
The virtual QWERTY keybaord will be your primary interface for messages, notes and e-mails. It's relatively easy to use, but the display's small size means that few shortcut controls are available. Also, you must click through to a second keyboard for numeric keys.