The Motorola A760 mobile phone announced February 2003 seems to be out now
Posted on 23-Aug-2003 12:06
Filed under: News
The Motorola A760 is the world’s first handset combining a Linux Operating System (OS) and Java Technology, with full multimedia PDA functionality. It was announced last February and it seems it'll be available in the Asia Pacific region soon.
The Motorola A760 is designed to offer a rich end-user mobile experience based on the open source OS.
This phone look very much like the Handspring Treo, with a clamshell design. It combines features of a mobile phone with the capabilities of a personal digital assistant (PDA), digital camera, video player, MP3 player, speakerphone, messaging, instant Internet access and Bluetooth wireless technology.
The Motorola A760 is a solution that reaches everyone from business executives to music buffs. The handset’s open OS and extensive PIM/PDA system are engineered to provide necessary tools to keep users on top of their schedules with the ability to sync back with office computers via secure Over the Air (OTA), Bluetooth wireless technology, Infrared or USB connections.
The Motorola A760’s integrated camera is engineered to provide a convenient and fun way to capture shots of life’s “must-see” moments. Additionally, the model A760’s color touch screen is an ideal medium to share new pictures, play games or review documents. Utilizing the handset’s advanced messaging, users can also send messages attaching pictures, animations, ring tones and more to users’ compatible mobile phones or PCs. The Motorola A760 allows for customization inside and out, including the option of a variety of colorful housings and display wallpapers.