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Catherine Zeta-Jones holds Motorola A630; T-Mobile release imminent?

Motorola A630
Catherine Zeta-Jones Motorla A630 T-Mobile

We spotted one of these at Motorola’s big press event last month (see pic above), and while there still hasn’t been an official announcement yet, a pic of spokesperson Catherine Zeta-Jones holding the A630 has turned up on T-Mobile’s website (this is the phone that flips open to reveal a small QWERTY keyboard). We’ll take that as a sign it should be available from them very, very soon.


 

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tiny screen
Posted Aug 30, 2004, 1:25 PM ET by Bruno

the tiny screen on this big thing is a joke right? looks like the first Nokia flip phone, they missed it too

Tiny?
Posted Aug 30, 2004, 2:51 PM ET by Billy

This unit isn't big at all and the screen is actually pretty big for the unit being small.

true...
Posted Aug 30, 2004, 3:08 PM ET by he who shall be unnamed

i've got some insiders at t-mob, and yes, t-mobile will be carrying it.

Black Eyed Peas
Posted Aug 30, 2004, 8:48 PM ET by Nick Cornaglia

The Black Eyed Peas are tied to TMobile's advertising. If you watch their latest video "get it started"...you see a blatent promo for the phone where the video almost becomes a commercial for the phone.

LOL
Posted Aug 30, 2004, 10:58 PM ET by TheZodiac

there is no need for your insiders son. Its been a known fact for months and everyone here knows its being released by Tmo. In fact mid-september for Tmo, and Oct/Nov for Cingular. Simple as that. Thanks though.

What the hell?
Posted Aug 31, 2004, 4:50 PM ET by paul

What's up with that ad from T-Mobile in the post? It makes it look like you're basing your posts off which companies decide to advertise with you. Not cool, guy. Keep the ads away from the posts.

Oops
Posted Aug 31, 2004, 4:52 PM ET by paul

Oops, never mind. I'm stupid. That's Catherine Zeta Jones in the ad, which relates to the post. Excuse me while I go eat crow.

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