|New Motorola A840|
Posted: 22-Mar-2004 [Source: Motoroola]
[New A840 offers both CDMA and GSM technologies for global roaming plus a 1.2 megapixel camera, integrated MP3 player, Trans-Flash memory, 2.2" display and speaker-independent speech recognition.]
Today, Motorola, Inc. introduced the new model A840, one of the first mobile handsets to combine both CDMA and GSM technologies for worry-free global roaming. The Motorola A840 allows you to be almost anywhere in the world and segue seamlessly from CDMA to GSM so you can keep talking, working, viewing or downloading without interruption. With its single-number experience, the Motorola A840 is among the first handsets to fulfill the real promise of seamless mobility.
The Motorola A840 handset combines 800/1900 CDMA, CDMA 1X and 900/1800 GSM, GPRS modes with seamless network switching to give you the peace of mind that you'll have the best signal available for both voice and data services most anywhere in the world. With the model A840 you can access the same content over GPRS in other locations as you would in your own home CDMA market.
For globetrotting professionals, the model A840 delivers the ability to check and send e-mail, conduct meetings using the office-quality built-in speakerphone, surf the Internet and download and send information seamlessly almost anywhere in the world.
The Motorola A840 brings fashionable fun to the perfect productivity tool. The new mobile is packaged in a stylish clamshell design with an integrated MP3 player, removable Trans-Flash memory, large 2.2-inch brilliant color display speaker-independent speech recognition, compelling gaming experience, and 1.2 megapixel integrated camera to guarantee that your free time is as exhilarating, entertaining, and easy whether you're home or on the other end of the globe.
In addition to global connectivity, the Motorola A840 provides everyday features like call waiting, call forwarding, and voicemail notification that allow you to work and play without worry.
The Motorola A840 is expected to be available in North America in the second half of 2004.
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