Posted on 3-Nov-2003 23:19
Filed under: News
The Motorola A760 combines features of a mobile phone with the capabilities of a digital camera, video player, MP3 player, speakerphone, advanced messaging, instant Internet access and Bluetooth wireless technology. Because Qt/Embedded is a modular platform, it allows for customized solutions with very little effort.
"Motorola's commitment underscores Linux as a viable operating system for mobile phones," said Mike Sudol, Vice President and General Manager for Motorola’s GSM Products in Asia Pacific. "We believe that this platform creates a compelling, open alternative for smart mobile phones and the combination of Linux and Trolltech's technology provides a flexible and customizable operating environment. This allows us to rapidly provide feature-rich, distinctive smart phones which meet the needs of our customers and consumers."
"Our cooperation with Motorola sets an example of how a world class leader can use our technology to provide flexible alternatives for their customers," said Haavard Nord, CEO and co-founder of Trolltech. "Motorola is at the forefront of smartphone technology and we are excited to be a part of this development."
"We are also excited for the Linux community," said Eirik Chambe-Eng, President and co-founder of Trolltech. "As the world's premier producer of embedded electronic solutions, Motorola's choice strengthens Trolltech's solutions based on embedded Linux as a serious alternative to Windows Mobile and Symbian in the quest for smartphones."