Motorola introduced the MOTOFONE a 0.35 inches (9mm) slim candybar phone which makes it Moto's thinnest handset yet. The device features a revolutionary ClearVision display (not color) based on Electrophoretic Display (EPD) technology which makes it easy to be seen even in bright light. The keypad features a flush-fitting and dust-resistant design which makes the MOTOFONE durable in active everyday use, claims Motorola. The handset features a new icon-based interface and also voice prompts in local languages to ease the user. All this makes MOTOFONE the perfect entry-level handset and the choice for first-time phone users.
The device will be available in GSM and CDMA versions, as both will share the same specs and features, and the CDMA version will be named MOTOFONE F3c.
The new slim phone is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2006.
P.S. It looks like the device belongs to the rumored SCPL line, and we expect that Moto will soon announce more phones of these series but more feature-rich.