Sprint’s Motorola Pax Is A Dual-Core Version Of the XPRT

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Around a month or so ago we looked at a Motorola QWERTY phone that was allegedly in works for Sprint, to join the recently launched Motorola XPRT. It appears that the phone is as real as it gets and you can see it pictured above, allegedly called the Motorola Pax.

It appears that the Motorola Pax is an upgraded, tuned-up version of the XPRT, featuring a dual-core processor opposed to a single-core, 1GHz Texas Instruments chip in the XPRT. The phone is rumored to also support Sprint’s CDMA 1X Advanced push-to-talk system. Nothing else is known about this phone at the moment but it’s strange for Motorola to prepare an almost similar phone to the XPRT, even if it’s tuned, at such a short timeframe between the two, with such an unusual design.

Source: This Is My Next

Via: AndroidCentral

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