Motorola, Inc. introduced the innovative Motorola V80, which delivers a never-before-seen mobile design with a rotating cover that opens at the touch of a button. Complete with an embedded VGA camera, landscape photo imaging, photo messaging and integrated Bluetooth wireless technology, the new head-turning mobile appeals to consumers who desire to make a statement with every move.
The tri-band Motorola V80 defies conventional thinking about mobile phone design. When it is closed, the V80 showcases a large external color display ideal for playing games and photo caller id. With a light push of a finger, the cover automatically rotates to unveil a full-size mobile phone ideal for text messaging and voice calls. When the moment arises, users can rotate the cover to a 90 degree angle and automatically set the phone into photo mode. The screen will switch to landscape mode and pictures can be captured with one simple press of a button.
The model V80's MP3 ringtones and situational lighting help consumers bring their own personality to the handset. Attach your favorite song or lights to your friend's number so you are alerted when they call or play your favorite JAVA(tm) games arcade-style with flashing lights.
Pricing and Availability
The Motorola V80 is expected to be available in Q2 2004. For more information regarding product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
Motorola, Inc. announced the chic and affordable Motorola V220 camera phone. Designed for those who demand the latest technology, sophisticated design with a pocket-pleasing price tag, the tri-band model V220 promises to make the most out of on-the-go time. Quickly check the Web for the latest news, send a photo message or download the latest MP3 ringtone, it's all done easily and in style with the Motorola V220.
The Motorola V220 offers consumers:
-Downloadable your favorite MP3 ringtones
- An integrated VGA digital camera allows Motorola V220 users to instantly snap up spontaneous moments.
-A large color screen and haptics make the model V220 come to life while gaming, texting or talking delivering a complete sensory experience.
-With just a few clicks, the Motorola V220 enables users to download new mobile identities including ring tunes, wall paper and screen savers, further extending the users ability to showcase their preference of the moment for a perfectly personalized mobile.
-DJ for a Day: For those with a creative side, the Motorola V220 offers a MOTOmixer option to mix favorite MIDI ring tones and compose original music masterpieces.
-Speedy Internet: Built with GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) technology for an 'always on' Internet connection, the model V220 is perfect for adding either fun or functionality into your wireless domain.
Pricing and Availability
The Motorola V220 is expected to be available in the summer of 2004. For more information regarding product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
The V180 offers mobile chat and MP3 ringtones, downloadable JAVA games, instant messaging and synchronization capabilities, and customizable covers for those who like personalization.
In addition, the V180 offers DJ MP3 ring tunes for downloading your favorite songs for playing each time your phone rings.
It has a USB accessory cable for syncrhonizing your date book and phonebook/ The V180 also offers instant messaging capability.
Summary of Features:
- Stylish clamshell design
- 24 channel polyphonic speaker for MP3 ring tunes
- MMS and EMS for sending pictures, animations, wallpaper, icons and ring tones.
- IM for quick and easy chatting
- Downloadable themes, games, screensavers, icons and ring tones for personalization
- Peer to peer 2-way games (SMS and GPRS)
- 3 preloaded games as well as J2ME(tm) MIDP 2.0 technology for downloading new games
- GSM tri-band
- Motomixer to mix unique MIDI ring tones
- Built-in speakerphone
- WAP browser
- Approximately 1.5Mb downloadable memory
- Date book and phonebook synchornization via accessory USB cable
The Motorola V180 is expected to be available in Summer 2004.