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Motorola W388



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Di China akan segera di jual dengan harga 650 yuan (berkisar Rp 700.000,- s/d Rp 800.000,-).

 

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Motorola Rokr EM30
Posted by Maximus on 2:55 PM

The Motorola EM30 has recently showed up at the FCC and also a wap profile already exists for the device. The device has a very similar design to the E8 and can be considered as another version and not as it's successor (it's a tad smaller and lighter). It also appears in the black/orange color combo (reminds me of Sony Ericsson's Walkman). Here are brief specifications:

- 2 inch QVGA 260K color horizontal oriented display
- 2 mega pixel camera (no AF)
- MP3/AAC/AAC/eAAC/WMA music player
- dedicated music player keys,
- user friendly quick start music playback
- Linux Montavista 2.6.10 OS
- FM radio
- microSD support
- microUSB
- stereo bluetooth
- 3.5 mm jack
- JAVA support
- SMS, MMS, E-Mail, IM
- AGPS
- Exchange ActiveSync, SyncML
- full HTML support
- PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint support









Source: JustAmp

 

Motorola Linux PC

 


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Indosat Delivers up to 7x More Speed to their HSDPA Subscribers

Motorola boosts Indosat's data speed and usage through leading edge optimization services.

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Written case study on Indosat.

 

Motorola Operator

 


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Motorola goes all girly on Korea with RAZR2 Pink Silver edition



Not that I’d want one for myself. I’m pretty happy watching the Motorola RAZR2 clamshell phone from the sidelines. Although I don’t think I’ll be getting one for myself any time soon. But I just wanted to let you know that if you are in Korea, have a friend in Korea, or just want read something that mentions the word Korea, you could get a special, girl-power inspired rendering of Motorola’s flagship clamshell in the form of the RAZR2 Pink Silver.

According to Lim Joung Ah, Marketing Director of Motorola Korea, “With its luxurious yet tranquil look and carefully-selected features, the RAZR2 Pink Silver was designed to appeal to the confident young generation.” I’m sure Motorola hopes the guy’s right.

If you recall, we unearthed news about a RAZR2 V9 Ferrari Edition being in the works. This one’s different though, and here’s the skinny on what’s up.

The RAZR2 Pink Silver boasts a pink casing and espresso colored keypad, which when paired with the phone’s metallic silver trims, makes one think it’s a high-end fashion phone. It will continue to carry the large, 2-inch external LCD screen, built-in camera, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB connectivity.

We don’t know how much this new phone will be selling for but if you want one, SK Telecom will be selling the thing all over the place. In Korea, of course.

Source: unwiredview.com


Motorola Launches RAZR2 Pink Silver in Korea

Motorola today launched the newest addition to its successful RAZR2 line in Korea - the RAZR2 Pink Silver.

Sporting a subdued pink casing and espresso colored keypad that enhances its elegant style, the RAZR2 Pink Silver's metallic silver front has been subtly tinted in pink to add a classic look and lightness to the already chic design of RAZR2.

"With its luxurious yet tranquil look and carefully-selected features, the RAZR2 Pink Silver was designed to appeal to the confident young generation," said Lim Joung Ah, Marketing Director of Motorola Korea.

Complementing its sleek visual appeal, the RAZR2 Pink Silver is equipped with the complete set of powerful RAZR2 features. With Motorola's innovative Tandem Display technology, the handset features two displays, one embedded on either side of the flip, allowing you to effortlessly send messages and enjoy a variety of services even when the phone is shut. Essential features such as stereo Bluetooth, camera, VOD, MOD, MP3, high-speed USB 2.0 and phone navigation, also included, have received rave consumer reviews.

The RAZR2 Pink Silver is available at SK Telecom retailers throughout the country.

Released by Motorola Korea

Original Source: Telecoms Korea

 

Motorola News

 


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Motorola W755 Ready for Verizon - New entry-level Moto handset


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Verizon Wireless, the second largest North American mobile carrier, will soon offer a new Motorola phone, and that is Motorola W755. The handset will be available in two color versions, black and purple, offering
both men and women the chance to own it.

Boy Genius Report is reporting (obviously) that the W755 will most probably be offered for free by Verizon – with a contract agreement for at least one year, of course. This makes a lot of sense, as the phone's features are the ones of an entry-level device, and entry-level devices are usually doomed to be given to users for 0 (zero) bucks.

Moto W755 comes in a clamshell form factor and it doesn't look too different from the previous Motorola clamshells. However, it doesn't have an ugly design, that' for sure. Among the known specs of the phone, we have CDMA/EV-DO dual-band connectivity, a 1.3 Megapixel camera with video recording, Music and Video players, stereo Bluetooth, email, USB, 80MB of internal memory and microSD card support. Also, the new Moto has dedicated music keys that seem to be touch-sensitive – these represent the handset's highlight. Another nice feature, unconfirmed though, is a built-in GPS receiver, which would make the phone be a little more than just an entry-level one.

W755's display size and resolution are not known, but we do know that the internal screen is around 2 or 2.2 inches, while the external one is way smaller. The battery included in the handset is also of unknown performances – they're not too great anyway.

There are no details about the exact release date of the new Motorola W755, but Verizon will probably make it available before the summer, so users who want a new-old Moto flip phone for few (or no) money don't have too much to wait.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Motorola-W755-Ready-For-Verizon-84418.shtml

 

Motorola CDMA News

 


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Motorola RAZR2 V9 Ferrari Edition.

It seems that Motorola liked the way things went with their rebranded Moto Z8 Ferrari Limited Edition phones. And now is busy redoing another handset with Ferrari coveralls.

This time it’s Motorola RAZR2 V9 Ferrari edition.

And just like Z8, except for the looks and accompanying lamb-skin case, it won’t have any additional changes in the spec-sheet or features.

Motorola V9 RAZR2 Ferrari is still the same handset with 2.2″ display, 2 megapixel camera and HSDPA connectivity.



And there’s some bad news for Ferrari fans in Europe and U.S. Preliminary reports tell us that Moto RAZR2 V9 Ferrari edition won’t ever get there. It will only be marketed in Latin America and Asia.

Source:
Original Source and Original Language.
Original Source after translated.

 

Motorola News

 


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Three network connectivity on Motorola Ming 2 A1800? Dual Sims and CDMA option say so!

Probably everyone in this business knows that Boy Genius has some pretty impressive sources inside Motorola, and they are very good with advanced notices on the upcoming Motorola handsets.

Sometimes they may be wrong, but that’s rare, and sometimes from them we can get live pictures of the new upcoming handset almost nine months before it is officially announced.

Today they have (sort of) confirmed the existence of Motorola Ming 2 A1600 Linux smartphone, we told you about last week. And even gave us a full gallery of live pics:



The device in pictures looks just like the MotoMin2 on sale in China. Only this one has a different model number - Motorola A1800 and some different specs.

Moto A1800 kept Linux OS and upgraded camera, but seems to have lost Wi-Fi connectivity and GPS sensor along the way.

Instead it got hybrid CDMA/quaband GSM connectivity, and two SIM card slots.

At first this did not sound that interesting - we’ve got quite a few dual SIM card phones already, and hybrid CDMA/GSM phones are nothing new as well. But then it registered.

CDMA networks do not use SIM cards! So why dual SIM card slot? Will Motorola A1800 Ming 2 will be able to work on cellular networks (1 CDMA nad 2 GSM) at once?


I guess it might be a pretty nifty feature for countries with dual standard cellular systems like China and, uh, U.S.

I only wonder how Motorola plans to persuade Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to promote competitor capable MotoMing 2 A1800 on their networks?

Update: That’s what you get being too U.S. focused.

Should have said “…CDMA networks in the U.S. do not use SIM cards…”. The ones in Asia do use them, so that second SIM card slot is probably for CDMA network.

Knowing that Ming 2 phones are most probably headed for China, there goes my excitement about 3 network connectivity, oh well…

Thank’s Cesar

Source: http://www.unwiredview.com/2008/03/27/th...a-option-say-so

 

PDA Motorola How-to CDMA GSM Linux Smartphone

 


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Three network connectivity on Motorola Ming 2 A1800? Dual Sims and CDMA option say so!

Probably everyone in this business knows that Boy Genius has some pretty impressive sources inside Motorola, and they are very good with advanced notices on the upcoming Motorola handsets.

Sometimes they may be wrong, but that’s rare, and sometimes from them we can get live pictures of the new upcoming handset almost nine months before it is officially announced.

Today they have (sort of) confirmed the existence of Motorola Ming 2 A1600 Linux smartphone, we told you about last week. And even gave us a full gallery of live pics:



The device in pictures looks just like the MotoMin2 on sale in China. Only this one has a different model number - Motorola A1800 and some different specs.

Moto A1800 kept Linux OS and upgraded camera, but seems to have lost Wi-Fi connectivity and GPS sensor along the way.

Instead it got hybrid CDMA/quaband GSM connectivity, and two SIM card slots.

At first this did not sound that interesting - we’ve got quite a few dual SIM card phones already, and hybrid CDMA/GSM phones are nothing new as well. But then it registered.

CDMA networks do not use SIM cards! So why dual SIM card slot? Will Motorola A1800 Ming 2 will be able to work on cellular networks (1 CDMA nad 2 GSM) at once?


I guess it might be a pretty nifty feature for countries with dual standard cellular systems like China and, uh, U.S.

I only wonder how Motorola plans to persuade Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to promote competitor capable MotoMing 2 A1800 on their networks?

Update: That’s what you get being too U.S. focused.

Should have said “…CDMA networks in the U.S. do not use SIM cards…”. The ones in Asia do use them, so that second SIM card slot is probably for CDMA network.

Knowing that Ming 2 phones are most probably headed for China, there goes my excitement about 3 network connectivity, oh well…

Thank’s Cesar

Source: http://www.unwiredview.com/2008/03/27/th...a-option-say-so

 

PDA Motorola How-to CDMA GSM Linux Smartphone

 


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Motorola Phone Flips Between Wi-Fi, Cell Networks
Motorola is working on wireless handsets that connect to Wi-Fi and cellular networks and hand off calls between the two.
Tim Greene, Network World
Monday, March 17, 2008 3:40 PM PDT

Motorola expects to demonstrate wireless handsets at VoiceCon this week that connect to Wi-Fi and cellular networks and hand off calls between the two.

The gear--Total Enteprise Access and Mobility (TEAM)--will also support push-to-talk capabilities designed to take the place of two-way radios used in industrial and retail settings and to support native business applications as well as Internet access. (Compare VoIP phones.)

The demonstration comes just after Motorola announced that it is considering unloading its handset division as a way to boost performance of the company.

The first production model of TEAM devices, in the shape of a wireless phone, is expected to be available by the end of the third quarter. It will support push-to-talk as well as VoIP over Wi-Fi. The company expects healthcare and manufacturing businesses to be drawn to them because they already use two-way radios for on-site communications.

The phones can be divided into 250 call groups so push-to-talk messages are sent only to participants of a given group.

Cellular integration and the ability to hand off calls between Wi-Fi and cellular networks as users pass out of Wi-Fi range comes later. The company also plans to put the technology on PDAs at a later time.

The phones will be supported by a server that ties calls in to corporate PBXs and handles the transfers between cellular and Wi-Fi modes. The server also keeps alive connections between the devices and the PBX using very low-bandwidth heartbeats that prolong battery life, the company says. Keeping alive a connection to the PBX also shortens call setup times, Motorola says.

All the devices will be based on Windows Mobile operating system, which enables integration with Windows applications such as Outlook as well as Web browsing, text messaging, e-mail, calendaring and business applications.

For more information about enterprise networking, go to NetworkWorld. Story copyright 2007 Network World Inc. All rights reserved.

Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,143518-pg,1/article.html

 

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MOTOROLA LIFE-STYLE
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmr2RT80qNQ[/youtube]

Kalo tidak terlihat; silahkan ke link berikut ini => Motorola Life Style

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