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Sprint’s Motorola Pax does business with dual-core

3 years ago 8

Following in the tradition of the Motorola XPRT and Droid Pro (front-facing QWERTY BlackBerry-esque devices), comes a leak that shows what could be the XPRT’s beefy younger brother also destined for Sprint:  The Motorola Pax.

With a slightly more modern body than the already outdated XPRT, the Pax is working with a very similar front-facing QWERTY but a very different kind of processor. Instead of relying on one OMAP 1GHz processor, the Pax will be gracing suit coat pockets with two.

According to the individual who leaked the pictures of the Pax now floating around the Internet, the Pax is like an “XPRT on steroids.” Although complete connectivity options haven’t been disclosed yet (Sprint would be mad to leave WiMax out of this one), we do know the Pax will be utilizing Sprint’s new push-to-talk network on CDMA 1X Advanced (as opposed to iDEN).

Nothing else is known about the Pax at this time. But with two cores, next-gen push-to-talk and an absolutely gorgeous QWERTY keyboard, this device is sure to make its way to the top of many “must have” lists this holiday season. Be on the lookout for more.