PCD TXT8030 is a low-end CDMA phone for frequent texters, music lovers


At the CTIA, PCD showed an interesting handset called TXT8030. What’s interesting about it is the bottom part of the device which rotates (similarly to the Nokia 3250 XpressMusic) — on one side there’s a full QWERTY keyboard, while the other one has music control keys coupled with big speakers. Moreover, we’re talking about a low-end CDMA phone here, which prides itself with 2.2-inch screen, 1.3 megapixel camera and a microSD memory card slot.

In a nutshell, it’s a perfect device for young people who mostly use their phone for texting and some music playback. Size wise, the PCD TXT8030 measures 4.5×2.4×0.5 inches. Release date is unknown and so is the pricing…

[Via: Engadget Mobile]

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