Motorola is shipping the A630, a whole new phone that looks nothing like the typical Motorola flip-phones. The A630 sports the now obligatory camera, supports Bluetooth, has a built-in speakerphone, runs Java apps, all of the stuff you’d expect. But what is really different about this one is that it flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard (complete with shift and alt keys, and a the standard 4-way jogger control). Unfortunately, this is a tri-band device (which is really odd considering that Motorola has been the only company shipping quad-band devices for a while now). And worse, from the screenshots it looks like it is the same old software. T-Mobile is the first to offer the A630. Details (and pictures) at http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/images/0,,66,00.html.