We’ve seen “World Edition” phones that come with domestic CDMA radios and a SIM card slot for international GSM reception. We’ve seen certain GSM cell phones that come with dual SIM card slots. The next-generation Motorola MING A1800 seems to take it one step further, because it is a CDMA and quad-band GSM device, and it just so happens to have two SIM card slots too.
Assuming that my math is correct (1+1+1=?), this means that the A1800 is capable of handling three different cell phone numbers all at once. I’d imagine that there would have to be some sort of manager on the Linux-powered smartphone to handle all those incoming calls.
Outside of this trio, the new MOTOMING2 features a 3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and a touchscreen display. More details are expected at CTIA, so we’ll just continue to sit on our pins and needles until then.