Motorola Develops 5 Low Cost Handsets
Sep 28, 2005, 12:46 PM by (staff)
Motorola yesterday unveiled five new low cost handsets for emerging markets. Some devices are designed to retail for as little as $30 without carrier subsidies. In order to keep costs down, the handsets include only the most basic features. Out of the five, the two most feature-rich devices will probably be sold in the US. The C257 and C261 are GSM handsets with large, bright color screens similar in style to the previously announced V270 (L2) and V280 (L6) SLVR models, but thicker. In addition to the basic feature set, the C261 adds a VGA camera. Motorola has not yet announced release dates for any of these new models globally or here in the US.
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No Skimping on Signal
I hope that this doesn't exercise the phrase "you get what you pay for" in the overall quality aspect.
First, despite all the fees that companies like Cingular, Sprextel, and Verizon charge, they actually lose...
possible to make lower quality Moto phone???!