Alltel Wireless today announced the availability of Motorola Evoke QA4, a full-feature, touch-screen handset that allows users to stay connected via voice, text, video and popular online social networking services. Here is more info:
Motorola Evoke QA4 is designed for users to easily and seamlessly interact with friends and family through their wireless device. Featuring a 2.8" full touch-screen, Motorola Evoke offers both a touch-screen QWERTY keyboard and a traditional slide-out keypad, allowing for easy communication, no matter what method the user prefers.
In addition, Motorola Evoke's home screen can be customized with integrated widgets that provide access to real-time information such as sports, news, weather, stocks and traffic. For those who never want to be out of touch with their favorite social networks, Motorola Evoke provides fast access to leading sites, including built-in MySpace integration. Users can easily post instant updates and view profiles in one simple step with Motorola Evoke. From the touch-screen display users can also instantly launch a full HTML browser and use quick-start widgets for fast access to popular sites.
Motorola Evoke also allows users to instantly update their blogs directly from the handset. With fast Web connectivity, they can post photos and video clips taken on the phone to their favorite blogs and sharing sites.
Motorola Evoke features a 2.0MP camera with video capture, expandable memory slot, stereo Bluetooth, GPS capabilities and an ultra intuitive user interface. The handset comes pre-loaded with popular Alltel applications such as TV on Demand, Radio on Demand and Alltel Navigation.
Alltel Wireless is offering Motorola Evoke QA4 for $79.99 after $100 mail-in rebate at Alltel retail stores and online at shopalltel.com. This discounted price is available to new and existing eligible customers who sign-up for a two-year service agreement on a qualifying Smart-Choice Pack. Smart-Choice Packs start as low as $69.99 per month and include unlimited data, e-mail and Web access.