Motorola, Inc. unveiled the Motorola W220 as its first value-priced thin clamshell handset incorporating an integrated FM radio. W220 is the latest addition to Motorola's broad mass market portfolio. The feature rich W220 includes a built in stereo FM radio offering entertainment on-the-go; browser, picture messaging and downloadable media capabilities, lantern technology, large font capability, alarm clock and up to 600 entry phone book capability. The smart W220 also features an innovative external display with colour icons for instant updates on your message, battery and phone call status. The W220 measures in at 46 x 95 x 16.6mm and 93 grams. Its features also include large 128 x 128 vibrant colour screen and expanded battery life that accommodates up to 497 minutes of talk time and 293 hours stand-by.
The Motorola W220 is expected to be available in Q3 2006.
Motorola's L2 embodies a balance between personal and business communications at an economical price. Taking it's design cue from the must-have SLVR L7, as one of the thinnest candy bar designed handsets offering Bluetooth, the L2 provides Class 2 Bluetooth wireless communications along with hands free speakerphone, scratch resistant display and 10 MB of user memory space. This versatile handset provides up to 350 minutes of talk time and 345 hours of stand-by time.
For those who prefer the clam form factor, then the stunning V195 will be one of the most affordable Bluetooth clamshell handset on the market. The unit also features Bluetooth Class 1 enabling users to easily talk and transfer information wirelessly. The handsets provide loud and clear audio and large, easy-to-read key pad. The V195 also has an attractive high quality finish and large colour display and boasts among the best talk and standby times available on the market today - up to 624 minutes and 525 hours respectively.
Motorola's L2 will be available today from Q1 2006 whilst the Motorola V195 will be available from Q2 2006