Last month we told you about the new Motorola Evoke touch-screen phone, which Moto unveiled at the CTIA show. The slider handset was worth a look at the time, mostly because it wasn't another Razr revamp. But the phone offered some promising features, including several onscreen widgets for applications, stereo Bluetooth, and a full HTML browser.
The 2.8-inch display is smaller than we'd like, especially when using the virtual QWERTY keyboard, but you can move between menu screens by swiping your finger.
Soon after we showed you our first look, several CNET readers wrote me asking for … Read more