It's been only two weeks since CTIA, but many of the new phones introduced at the show are already going on sale. AT&T picked up the
The Evoke was. The touch-screen handset doesn't offer a whole lot new, but it has its attractions just the same. The handset is a reasonable $79 with service.
In case you didn't catch our coverage from CTIA, the Moto has a slider design with a 2.8-inch touch screen and a standard numeric keypad. Texting is done through the virtual QWERTY. Features include EV-DO Rev. A support, stereo Bluetooth, a music player, a full HTML browser, a 2-megapixel , organizer features, a memory card slot, USB mass storage, and a speakerphone.
We'll have a review unit in the next few days and will give you a full report.