On closer inspection, though, the similarities end pretty quick. The QA4 is actually a slider phone with a standard alphanumeric keypad, although the screen is touch sensitive as well.
Spec-wise there's A-GPS, a 2megapixel camera, Bluetooth and a full HTML browser, although the web connection is EVDO rather than 3G, so don't expect lightning download speeds. There's 5.5 hours of talk time, 450 hours standby, plus some nice touches including integrated widgets and instant messaging.
The QA4 Evoke will be out in the US within the next three months, but Moto has not revealed plans to launch it in the UK yet.