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Motorola announced the Symbian based A1000 3G mobile phone
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:11 | Filed under: News


Motorola announced the Symbian based A1000 3G mobile phone
Motorola introduced the Motorola A1000 during the 3GSM World Congress. Dubbed "the ultimate 3G convergence phone", the Motorola A1000 is the latest addition to Motorola's growing 3G portfolio.

The model A1000 delivers video conferencing capabilities, Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF document viewing capabilities via Picsel Document Viewer and full HTML browsing for a true mobile office experience. Combine this with the benefits of 3G speed, and users can feel the power and benefit of intelligent technology in the palm of their hand.

"With several years of experience in 3G, Motorola knows that cutting-edge products need to deliver stellar design as well as high-tech intellect. Our new model A1000 gives mobile users the ability to experience the true benefit of 3G in a compact, good looking device," said Tom Lynch, executive vice president, Motorola, Inc., president and chief executive officer, Personal Communications Sector. "With a lighter, compact design and sophisticated feature set, our new 3G handset will deliver the true benefit of 3G to a broader audience of mobile professionals."

The pocket-sized model A1000 incorporates an integrated 1.2 mega pixel digital camera with 4x digital zoom, multi-media streaming, capture and playback with MPEG4 and MP3 files and dual-audio speakers to satisfy the fun-seeker side of all professionals. The tri-band phone also features Bluetooth, VPN software and two-way video conferencing.

  • Compact Tablet / PDA Form Factor
  • WCDMA 2100 MHz, GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz functionality for global use
  • 208 x320 TFT (65K) Color display
  • 1.2 Mega-pixel & VGA integrated camera (video record / Image capture with 4X digital zoom)
  • 2 Way video conferencing (Point to Point Video)
  • Multimedia: Streaming, Capture & Playback (MP3, MPEG4)
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, E-mail (IMAP4, POP3)
  • Full HTML Browser with Small Screen Rendering
  • Picsel Document Viewer (Supporting Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe
    PDF, Unzip)
  • PIM Application (Calendar, Contacts, Notes)
  • Synchronization: SyncML (OTA), Desktop PC Sync
  • 24MB of User Memory /Supports Removable Memory (Triflash-R)
  • Integrated USB, Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • A-GPS support for Location Services
  • Virtual Private Networks Support (User installable)
  • Symbian 7.0 Operating System
  • J2ME (MIDP 2.0 + APIs)

    The Motorola A1000 is expected to be available in Q4 2004.


  • More information: http://www.motorola.com...






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