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Motorola A910 with UMA spotted at the FCC

Motorola received a very special Christmas present, being awarded the FCC approval for their latest North America-bound GSM clamshell, the A910. Based on looks alone, it’s Motorola through and through, with the circular fice-way navigator on the inside, color display on the outside, and an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera mounted near the top.

Something that is particularly interesting about this somewhat skinny Motorola flip phone, however, is that it appears to rock 802.11b/g WiFi with UMA technology. With this particular tidbit in mind, T-Mobile appears to be the more likely candidate (rather than Cingular).

Rounding out the specs are 10MB internal memory, microSD expansion, Intel xScale processor, Bluetooth, and a built-in media player. And that carbon fiber bezel is pretty attractive too.

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