Verizon Wireless announced three new handsets that the rumor mill has been expecting for a short while now. Details below - all three phones will be available in April. Hopefully, all three phones will also be at the VZW shindig tonight so I can get my mitts all over them and report back to you.
The Motorola Q9c is a business-focused version of the Q9m smartphone that made its way into VZW's lineup last year. Q9c will ship with Windows Mobile Standard 6, VZ Navigator, and a 1.3MP camera. $250 after rebate with the mandatory two-year contract.
HTC's XV6900 is more or less VZW's take on the Sprint Touch, with a different color scheme. Windows Mobile 6 Professional is semi-hidden by HTC's TouchFlo user interface, and there's a 2MP camera, 128MB of RAM, and a bunch of other goodies for you to get all touchy-feely with. $350 after rebate with a contract.
enV(2) is the successor to the super popular and semi-giant LG enV messaging phone. enV(2) features two screens, two keyboards (one being a full QWERTY) and that crazy "opens the long way" flip phone design that the kids like so much. In all seriousness, this one has a revamped look and feel and slots in nicely below the LG Voyager in terms of size, features, and price. It'll run you $129.99 after rebate if you sign a contract.