Posted on 26-Jul-2006 10:30
Filed under: News
Motorola, Inc introduced seven new mobile devices investing again in the thin and narrow in mobile design.
The MOTOKRZR takes the iconic design of the MOTORAZR phone a step further. A solid piece of glass on the front provides a high-gloss luster. The phone comes with a built-in 2 megapixel digital camera with 8x digital zoom, and image editing software. With the camera users can video capture and playback MPEG4 (15 fps CIF). The phone also supports audio/video streaming (3GPP), video progressive download and can record up to 25 minutes of video on embedded memory, which can be expanded with MicroSD memory cards.
The phone comes with integrated Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, and can connect to GSM/GPRS and EDGE networks.
The CDMA version of MOTOKRZR comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera and supports video (H.263, MPEG4) and audio (AAC, MP3 and AAC+ formats). It does have Bluetooth wireless technology, Over the Air Synch (OTA), Mobile Phone Tools and integrated MMS, SMS, EMS, IM messaging capabilities.
A new sliding option is available with the MOTORIZR, a device with 2.0 megapixel camera, full screen viewfinder with high intensity camera light, frame center and status icons. The new phone supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, and AAC+ Enhanced formats. Music can be stored on its 20 MB memory on-board, or on MicroSD memory cards of up to 1 GB each. The MOTORIZR connects to GSM/GPRS and EDGE networks (quad-band) and comes with Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology.
With the MOTORAZR xx and MOTORAZR maxx the company is adding to the choices of wireless broadband speed connecting to HSDPA networks, with devices capable of downloads up to 3.6 Mbps (megabits per second).
For users of CDMA 1x EV-DO networks, the MOTOSLVR L7c provides a thin design with high download speeds.
The company also announced the MOTOFONE, an affordable option with the same style and design as the more high-end models announced today, but on a candybar form factor.