Motorola Announces 2003 Lineup
Jan 8, 2003, 11:35 AM by (staff)
Motorola today in Shanghai unveiled its 2003 mobile phone portfolio:
- V600: GSM, quad-band, 65,000 colors, integrated camera, MMS, Java, GPRS, Bluetooth. Available 2nd half 2003.
- T725: GSM/EDGE, tri-band, MMS, color display, optional camera, Java. Available 2nd half 2003.
- A835: UMTS, 64,000 color display, 256MB memory, videophone, Bluetooth, Java. Available 2nd half 2003.
- A388c: GSM, 65,000 color touch-screen, Java, 7MB memory, GPRS. Available 1st half 2003.
- C350: GSM, 4096 colors, EMS, GPRS, polyphonic ringtones. Available 1st half 2003.
- E380: GSM, MMS, Java, 4000 colors, multi-color "funlights" with synchronized polyphonic ringtones and haptics. Unique flip-up design. Available 2nd half 2003.
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