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Motorola Evoke QA4

>> Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Motorola Evoke QA4 is a good looking black and silver lozenge at 4.25 by 2 by .7 inches (HWD) and it weighs 4.5 ounces. The 2.8 inch, 240x400 resistive touch screen slides up to reveal a keypad of bold, white numbers. The number keys aren't physically separated, but they're big enough for it not to matter. Motorola Evoke QA4's big selling point is its touch screen and widget based interface.

Along with the usual customizable wallpaper, you can swipe sideways on the screen to reveal a Google search box a customizable, three day weather forecast popular YouTube videos top news stories, RSS feeds, and MySpace updates. You can't download additional widgets, at least for now. Flick up on the screen to get the main menu of large, clear icons. You can enter data using the physical keypad, a virtual phone keypad, or a wide virtual QWERTY keyboard, all of which worked well.

Motorola Evoke QA4 is a very good voice phone, at least on Cricket's own network it got good reception, and calls were loud and clear. Roaming on MetroPCS, sound got a bit muddier, but the Evoke is designed to work in Cricket cities. The speakerphone was loud. The microphone didn't transmit too much background noise. Just like on the iPhone, a proximity sensor turns off the touch screen when it's close to your face. The Evoke worked with our Plantronics Voyager Pro mono and Altec Lansing BackBeat stereo Bluetooth headsets, with unusually good call quality. The vibrating alert is brief but strong, and the phone comes with 10 clear, loud ringtones.

2 comments:

dhemz September 9, 2009 at 11:11 AM  

came here to visit as well..thanks for the visit...:)

r4 cards November 5, 2009 at 6:37 AM  

The Motorola Evoke QA4 has its good points, but we couldn't get over its slow performance, average media features...

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