Motorola E895 combines Linux and Java technologies with Bluetooth
Posted on 27-Jun-2005 20:46
Filed under: News
Motorola has announced its new Linux-based mobile phone during the JavaOne Conference. The new E895 from Motorola will be available from Q4 2005.
The clamshell designed Motorola E895 comes with a 1.3 megapixel digital camera featuring featuring pan and 8x zoom capabilities. Users will be able to capture stills and video. The handset also supports 3GPP video streaming and is equipped with a speakerphone.
With its Bluetooth wireless technology users will have the ability to send print jobs to wireless printers, connect to other devices for peer-to-peer gaming and stream music to a Bluetooth stereo headset. It also supports the DUN profile and implements SyncML.
It comes standard with 10MB but by using TransFlash memory cards it is possible to expand the memory available up to 512MB to store multimedia files. The tri-band Motorola E895 supports GSM/GPRS and EDGE, to provide higher speeds when accessing the Internet through a cellular connection.