Motorola Introduces Next Generation of 3G Handsets Including New Razr V3x
Posted on 19-Oct-2005 10:49.
Filed under: News
Motorola, Inc. has unveiled its next generation of 3G/UMTS mobile handsets, which are launching first with operators in Europe and Asia.
The introduction of the RAZR V3x brings the convergence of 3G/UMTS technology with the RAZR clamshell design. The ultra-slim RAZR V3x is available in three colors: liquorice black exclusively through 3, ash silver exclusively through Vodafone, and cosmic blue available through other wireless operators.
Weighing less than 130g, the Motorola RAZR V3x is an ultra-slim clamshell model that delivers an extensive range of multimedia tools, including a 2-megapixel camera, real-time two-way video calling, still and moving image capture.
Bluetooth wireless technology is part of the combo, with support for wireless stereo sound through Motorola’s Bluetooth Stereo Headset, and an externally accessible Transflash/Micro SD memory card slot for memory expansion.
The Motorola E1070 combines audio-visual quality with extensive multimedia capabilities. Inside its compact clamshell form, the E1070 provides a 1.3-megapixel camera with digital zoom, enhanced Bluetooth support, externally accessible Transflash/Micro SD memory card and high-quality QVGA display and video.
The Motorola E1070 will be available through several operators, including TIM, Telefonica Moviles, Orange and O2.
The Vodafone exclusive E770v is a small 3G device featuring video calling and a multimedia engine. The Motorola E770v provides access to the latest Vodafone live! service, including up-to-the-minute news full-track music downloads, an increasing range of mobile TV services and content, as well as sports and other entertainment.
All three handsets will be available in Q4 2005. For pricing and local-market availability, please contact your local Motorola representative.