A (really blurry) picture has surfaced with what seems to be a slide
indicating August’s new device launches for Verizon.
The first device listed is the Motorola ROKR Z6TV, which we covered previously
and is now slated for a late release this month.The phone features VCAST
Mobile TV and is meant to replace the Samsung U620.
The second device is the
Motorola V9m which was first covered here and is slated
for the same release timeframe as the Z6TV, with the phone featuring a 2.0
megapixel camera, external touchscreen with vibration feedback and a full
The Motorola Q9m is the third device slated for a release in the middle of
the month, and features a revised QWERTY keyboard, and according to the
slide, now features a new multimedia frontend similar to the one used on the
Ampd Q with support for VCAST music.
The Samsung i760 was first covered at the
beginning of the year at CES and features a standard keypad on the front with
a sliding QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile 6 Professional..
The last device
pictured is the XV6800 slated for a launch in the middle of this month, and
it will launch with Windows Mobile 6 Professional, but as was the case with
Sprint, it will not launch with EVDO Rev. A out of the box, with Verizon
opting to enable it via a firmware update.
As always these release timeframes are subject to change and we will
report with more news as it becomes available.