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Motorola Napolean lives on?

Back from the dead, the Motorola Napolean has made it into the hands of a PhoneArena reader [via], and with Verizon branding to boot.

As it stands, the Napolean will have both GSM and CDMA radios, along with a QVGA display, 2MP camera and WiFi, as well as a fingerprint sensor. Whether any of that would survive the Verizon cutting-room floor, or whether the Napolean actually will see the light of day, remains to be seen.

It's also unsure if this is just Verizon playing catch-up, as it's reportedly doing with the HTC Touch Diamond, or if this means the Moto Q line isn't dead after all.

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Motorola Napolean lives on?

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verizon no longer carries the q9c online....maybe this is coming soon?

Knowing Verizon, sometime within the next two years. And maybe 4 for the Touch Pro2. It'll be running Windows Mobile 8 by the time Verizon "Approves" it, while we look upon the Sprint Store and sob

Would be nice for the Verizon peeps who want a hardware keyboard, but don't want a BB. The Q9x has far and away the best hardware keyboard I've ever used. I call it the Thinkpad of phone keyboards.