Motorola Z6m: the CDMA RIZR

ICT Materials 29 March 2007 15:50 (UTC +04:00)

( Mobilemag ) - If you've been a fan of CDMA over the last few years, especially here in North America, then you've surely noticed that Motorola tends to release their hot new products in GSM form first, only to throw a bone or two at the CDMA crowd further down the line. Luckily, they haven't taken quite as long to create a CDMA version of the popular RIZR Z6, appropriately named the Z6m. This follows the same naming pattern that we saw with the ubiquitous RAZR V3 (m).

Yes, they promise that this will be the ultimate fashion accessory, but the feature list isn't exactly something to sneeze at either. It's got a sleek, thin slider design, as you'd expect, but it's also got an ample-sized 2.0-inch QVGA display, 2.0-megapixel camera, integrated media player, A2DP stereo Bluetooth support, up to 2GB expandable memory, standard 3.5mm headset jack, and high-speed 1x/EV-DO.

Now the key is to see if Verizon Wireless or Telus Mobility slap their badging on this sucker so that we can actually get it.