Motorola Announces 6 New Phones

Powered with 3G technology, sleek looks and enough features to make anyone drool, the Motorola A835 is here to take you to the next dimension of personal communication and mobile fun. Offering the latest in multi-media entertainment, with advanced messaging, video phone, Bluetooth™ wireless technology, full browsing and a large display capable of supporting up to 64,000 colors, the Motorola A835 is small enough to fit in your palm but cool enough to make you the envy of everyone. A835 combines a phone, PC, still and video cameras, arcade, music and PDA capabilities in one device

• GSM/GPRS 800/1800/1900; UMTS
• Haptics and unique lighting shake and shine a funky light show when your favorite person calls, or enhance gaming so that you really feel the crash when you wipe out playing Moto GP™
• Videophone capabilities allow you to communicate using voice and body language with friends who have compatible phones or PCs.
• Advanced messaging capabilities and 3G technology let you send extravagant messages with songs, videos, picture, ring tones or applications to your friends' compatible phones or PCs
• AGPS helps you find your favorite stores or restaurants at a moment's notice
• Bluetooth™ wireless technology allows you to connect wirelessly to compatible accessories and devices
• Integrated MP3 player
• Vivid color display, capable of supporting up to 64,000 colors
• 256 MB of memory
• Polyphonic ring tones for rich, melodic sound
• Downloadable wallpaper, themes, screensavers and ring tunes
• Downloadable games and productivity applications
• WAP browser with GPRS

Expected Availability - Second Half 2003

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