Go from turning heads to turn-by-turn directions. AT&T Inc. and Motorola Inc. announced today at CTIA Wireless 2008 that the MOTO Z9 slider handset, which is exclusive to AT&T in the U.S., will put customers on the right path in style. MOTO Z9 will be the first phone to include AT&T Navigator, bringing the company's Global Positioning System (GPS) navigation service to an even greater number of AT&T customers.
Motorola's award-winning CrystalTalk technology also delivers voice quality to match MOTO Z9's design. The proprietary technology enables consumers to be heard even in noisy environments, so users sound as good as MOTO Z9 looks.
MOTO Z9's sleek slider design demands attention, and AT&T's third-generation (3G) wireless network allows it to be as fast as it looks. Available in more than 265 markets, 3G service from AT&T gives MOTO Z9 blazing-fast data speeds, enabling the coolest new services like Video Share,1 which allows users with compatible phones such as MOTO Z9 to send live one-way video and audio from one user to another.
Consumers can use the device's intuitive music features to find their favorite tunes and playlists and can enjoy one-touch access to a song they want to hear. AT&T Mobile Music1 provides fast access to downloadable music from eMusic and sideloading compatibility from Napster To Go and any unrestricted MP3 audio file. The device supports up to 8GB of memory, with an optional removable microSD card. Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, a lightning-fast Opera 8 browser and 2.0-megapixel camera round out MOTO Z9's robust multimedia offerings.
MOTO Z9 is now available. It's exclusively sold at AT&T company-owned stores, authorized dealers and http://wireless.att.com for $249.99 after a two-year service agreement. For more information, specifications and images of MOTO Z9, please visit http://www.att.com/mobilehandsets-news or http://www.motorola.com/mediacenter.