Archive for the ‘Motorola’ Category
Courtesy of Telus, the Motorola V750, a new flip phone, is on sale now. This mobile was built to meet the requirements of the U.S. military.
Motorola V750 is designed following the 810F military specifications which made it one the toughest and fiercest phones out there. This device is able to withstand a multitude of devastating factors, among which low pressure, low temperature, temperature shocks and high temperatures, contamination by rain, fluids, humidity, fungus and salt fog, Acidic Atmosphere, Pyroshock, Gunfire, and so on.
Justin on December 14, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola EM35 is said to be the successor of the EM30. This new handset is a smartphone running on Linux Montavista 2.6 10 OS and powered by an SCM-A11 500Mhz processor. It would go in the category of musicals.
Coming in a slider form factor, the EM35 measures 107×49.5×16mm, weighs 117grams (including battery).
Justin on November 8, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
MOTOZINE ZN5 will be available exclusively for T-Mobile USA customers, announced by Motorola.
MOTOZINE ZN5 is the first handset to combine Motorola’s KODAK Imaging Technology and ModeShift technology.
Justin on November 3, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola VE66, Motorola’s new camera phone, surfaced the Internet recently.
Justin on October 28, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola Q11 is apparently the successor of the Q9 which is one of the world’s best known Windows Mobile smartphones.
Although no official information about the Q11 has been released yet, the new smartphone has appeared in a long video demonstration, via the Brazilian site Zumo.
Justin on October 8, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
T-Mobile USA will release Motorola W450 sometime this fall. Though official announcement has not been released yet, the handset has recently been spotted in live images on the TmoNews forums.
Motorola W450 might also be named MotoACTV or Motorola W6 by T-Mobile.
According to the new leaked images, the new W450 will come in two color versions: orange and yellow.
Justin on September 22, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
AT&T released a new Windows Mobile 6.1 MOTO Q Global handset. The smartphone is all dressed-up in silver.
Like the original black MOTO Q Global, the new silver Q Global brings a wide range of business-oriented features, including: GSM and 3G global connectivity, GPS and AT&T Navigator, Mapquest Mobile a full QWERTY keyboard, BlackBerry Connect, DataViz Documents To Go, Office Mobile, Opera browser and so on. The smartphone also brings Good Mobile Messaging, threaded SMS, CrystalTalk technology, AT&T Mobile Music, XM radio, mobiTV, AT&T MEdiaNet, Wikimobile, an ebay application, a 2 Megapixel camera, expandable memory and a 750 mAh battery should offer up to 9 hours in talk-time mode or up to a whole month in stand-by mode.
The MOTO Q Global measures 4.65 x 2.63 x 0.47 inches, weighs 4.73 ounces.
AT&T is the exclusive US seller for the Silvery MOTO Q Global, and the carrier offers the smartphone for only $149.99, after a mail-in rebate and with a contract agreement for two years. The standard two-year contract price is of $249.99, while the no-contract one is of $399.99.
Justin on September 1, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola W6, a new entry-level clamshell, will soon be released via the T-Mobile USA. According to CellPhoneSignal, the new W6 might be available on September 3 under the name MotoACTV.
Unveiled by Motorola back in July, the MotoACTV should bring the following features: external and internal displays (of unknown sizes and resolutions), a 1.3 Megapixel camera with video recording and 8x digital zoom, CrystalTalk technology for a clear audio experience, Music player, GSM / GPRS / EDGE connectivity, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Instant Messaging, MyFaves, speakerphone, SMS, microSD card support for up to 2GB and a battery can provide up to 6.5 hours of talk-time or up to 350 hours of stand-by time.
For the moment, the price of the Motorola W6 (MotoACTV) has not been unveilded yet.
Justin on August 31, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola Rapture VU30 should be soon released by Verizon in the US. Though the new handset has not been announced yet, some live images have appeared at PhoneArena.
Coming in a clamshell form factor, the Rapture VU30 is a phone that looks nice and should bring internal GPS, a 2 Megapixel camera, Bluetooth and so on.
Justin on August 27, 2008 | Posted in Motorola
Motorola Blaze ZN4 should be soon released by Verizon in the US. Though the new handset has not been announced yet, some live images have appeared at PhoneArena.
Coming in a clamshell form factor, the Blaze ZN4 should bring CDMA EV-DO connectivity as well as a set of mid to high-end features: built-in GPS, full HTML browser, advanced media capabilities and a 2 Megapixel camera.
The clamshell sports a semi-transparent flip cover that protects its internal display, which is not an ordinary one, as it’s touch-enabled, representing the only way that users can interact with the handset’s functions (thus the Blaze is a keypad-less device).
There are no details about Motorola Blaze ZN4’s price and exact release date for the moment.
Justin on | Posted in Motorola