Motorola's first Sprint PCS Vision-enabled phone C290 launched

Motorola's first Sprint PCS Vision-enabled phone C290 launched

Motorola, Inc. and Sprint have announced the launch of the first PCS Vision-enabled mobile phone from Motorola – C290. It is an entry-level device in a sleek compact clamshell design that operates on CDMA 800/1900 and AMPS networks. C290 allows its users to personalize it by downloading images, ringers, games, and other applications through Sprint PCS Vision. It is offered for as low as $29.99 after rebate. The main features include:

  • 65k color CSTN display
  • WAP 2.0 Internet browser
  • Java support
  • Built-in speakerphone
  • Voice recorder


Motorola plans to showcase the new C290 phone at the 2006 CTIA Wireless tradeshow in Las Vegas.

Hands-on report on the new Motorola phones from CTIA 2006


Source: PR Newswire


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