It doesn't exactly match up to the deluge of AT&T devices announced earlier today, but Cricket Wireless and Motorola have unveiled their latest CDMA device, the Motorola Evoke QA4. Looking a little like both the iPhone 3G and HTC's Touch, the QA4 has a 2.8-inch 240 x 400 touchscreen, slide-out numeric keypad and EVDO Rev.A.
There's also Bluetooth (with wireless stereo support), 256MB of internal storage and a microSD slot. The Evoke QA4 has a full HTML browser that works in both landscape and portrait orientations; Motorola have fitted an accelerometer to switch between the two, and there's an on-screen QWERTY keyboard which can be called up in landscape orientation.
Despite not having a hardware QWERTY keyboard, there's still plenty of messaging ability: Motorola preload threaded SMS and email apps, and there's also a YouTube viewer, MySpace app, and widget-based homescreen. Finally they throw in GPS for navigation.
No word on pricing, but you'll be able to pick up the Motorola Evoke QA4 on Cricket Wireless in Q2 2009.