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Motorola at 3GSM World Congress

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At the ongoing 3GSM World Congress 2007, Motorola has announced a portfolio of devices and solutions that demonstrate the company's leadership in design, music, media, high-speed performance, wireless broadband, and connecting the unconnected.

Starting with, Motorola has unveiled a series of new HSDPA-enabled handsets, including MOTORIZR Z8 and MOTOKRZR K3.

MOTORIZR Z8 provides quick downloads of streamed media via ultra-fast HSDPA technology. It features 16-million color 35x50mm QVGA full screen display, and boasts outstanding video quality playback with speeds of up to 30 frames per second.

The phone, besides allowing users to access BSkyB's Sky mobile content services along with an on-demand library of updating news, entertainment, and sports, provides an access point to Sky's range of live mobile TV services. MOTORIZR Z8 also features the company's first ever 'kick slider', a graceful mechanism that achieves a 'fit-to-face' profile by gliding open in a curve to match the contour of a face. It is expected to be available from April this year.

The new MOTOKRZR K3 features the MOTOKRZR design language, while providing a full multimedia experience through HSDPA connectivity. It is a wireless high-speed multimedia handset, incorporating no compromise use of color, materials, and finish. It is expected to be available in the first quarter of this year.

Motorola has also expanded its award-winning MOTOQ platform with the new MOTO Q q9 and MOTO Q gsm.

MOTO Q q9, which operates on the new Windows Mobile 6 platform with Motorola's Good Mobile Messaging technology, provides easy and intuitive personal and corporate email, as well as Windows Mobile 'PlaysForSure' enabling compatibility with hundreds of music and video stores worldwide.

Built on Motorola's SCPL platform, the MOTO Q q9 is thin, lightweight, with an ergonomically-optimized keyboard and five-way navigation key, and boasts one of the world's smartest screen displays, automatically adjusting to produce the best visual experience, indoor or outdoors. It is expected be available in the second quarter of this year.

Where as, MOTO Q gsm retains all the productivity features and style of the original CDMA-based MOTOQ, while adding a few new twists. It features quad-band GPRS and EDGE capabilities to deliver world-wide connectivity, Windows Mobile 6 software for flexibility and power, as well as a full suite of multimedia and messaging options. It is expected be available in second half of this year.

Motorola has also introduced an expanded MOTOMOBILE portfolio, which now includes features such as megapixel camera, speakerphone, MP3 playback and video functionality, as well as Motorola's CrystalTalk technology, making it easy to hold conversations in noisy environments.

The MOTOMOBILE line up includes Motorola's W510, offering the best in design and value with uncompromised functionality. This stylish clamshell features sleek MOTOKRZR inspired design, and boasts a vibrant 262k color TFT screen.

The company has also announced MOTOSLVR L9, merging powerful multimedia features with its sleek MOTOSLVR form factor. MOTOSLVR L9 provides a rich visual entertainment experience via its 2.0-megapixel camera and full screen landscape playback as well as integrated FM radio with a dedicated key. It is expected to be available in the second quarter of this year.

In addition, Motorola has unveiled MOTORIZR Z6, a multimedia phone with the latest music features and a powerful digital imaging platform. MOTORIZR Z6 is Motorola's first Linux-Java software based handset that incorporates Windows Media technology, allowing users to sync music to their phone from over 200 music stores worldwide.

Lastly, Motorola has announced the T805 and T815, both featuring the company's new MOTONAV solution. MOTONAV adds turn-by-turn GPS navigation to compatible Bluetooth-enabled handsets, providing exact locations, on-screen maps, and turn-by-turn spoken and visual directions.

According to the company, the compact T805 and T815 GPS receivers fit easily in the user's pocket and come complete with a car charger, phone holder, and flexible mounting options. The T805 comes with a 12-month MOTONAV national subscription, while the T815 includes MOTONAV loaded on a memory card.

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