Motorola and 3 announce new 3G models, including a Symbian based smartphone
Posted on 4-Nov-2004 22:34
Filed under: News
Motorola and 3, one of UK's 3G mobile network, announced the availability of three new handsets. The new handsets support 3's range of video mobile services including person-to-person video calling, full length music videos, Barclays Premiership highlights and a selection of entertainment available as streaming media.
The Motorola A1000 (pictured) is a Symbian UIQ based smartphone, with touch screen, Bluetooth, 24MB RAM, a-GPS, 1.2megapixel VGA integrated camera. It comes bundled with Picsel Document Viewer, supporting Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
The Motorola E1000 is focused on multimedia resources. It comes with a 1.2 megapixel camera, built-in MP3 player, video playback, 260k colour LCD and twin 3D stereo speakers. It is also Bluetooth enabled, and with a-GPS it supports location based services provided bu the network.
The last of the three models announced is the Motorola C975, a compact candybar handset, with a 1.9 inch colour display with built-in VGA camera with 4x zoom. This device also supports two-vide calling.
All three models will be available in the UK from November 2004.