Motorola Atila Touchscreen Phone - Screenshot

A leaked photo has revealed an upcoming Windows Mobile phone by Motorola dubbed “Atila” the newest device appears positioned as an iPhone competitor. The device reportedly will feature quad-band GSM/EDGE along with tri-band UMTS/HSPA, making it ideally suited for use overseas or on AT&T and Rogers in North America. The device will not support T-Mobile USA's 3G […]

A leaked photo has revealed an upcoming Windows Mobile phone by Motorola dubbed “Atila” the newest device appears positioned as an iPhone competitor. The device reportedly will feature quad-band GSM/EDGE along with tri-band UMTS/HSPA, making it ideally suited for use overseas or on AT&T and Rogers in North America. The device will not support T-Mobile USA's 3G rollout, only the carrier's existing 2.5G network.

Atila will supposedly run on a Qualcomm 7201A processor, speed unknown but likely in the 400 MHz range. Its 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen will be its only means of input, lacking a hardware keyboard or numeric keypad. This is a big part of what separates it from the Motorola Alexander, a similar model that was recently leaked.

This device will reportedly be powered by an 1130 mAh battery, have Wi-Fi b/g, and run Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. The Atila is apparently Motorola's first foray into touchscreen-based Windows Mobile phones in nearly 5 years, as well as its first tri-band 3G device.

Source:→ Brighthand