MPx220 Makes Official Debut
Oct 15, 2004, 10:55 AM by (staff)
Retail availability of the highly-anticipated Motorola MPx220 was announced today. Supplies have been trickling into Best Buy stores all week, with full national availability slated for Sunday. Best Buy has a 30-day national exclusive on the phone, which is sold for use with Cingular. Cingular will offer the phone directly next month, and it is rumored that AT&T Wireless is planning to offer the phone as well. The MPx220 is Motorola's second Windows Mobile Smartphone, following the successful MPx200. Features include a clamshell design with internal quad-band antenna, dual color displays, megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth, Java, speakerphone, and a miniSD memory card slot.
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MOTOROLA = EXPENSIVE PIECE O CRAPOLA
I've had plenty of experience with perfectly fine moto's, and actually hope to purchase a V180.
From a business standpoint, its an acceptable risk. Pay a lot of money to be the exclusive retailer of a very highly anticipated, expensive phone, and for a whole month reap the profit without wo...