Motorola has released two new mobile phones, the Ming A1600 and A1800 but has hardly shouted about them from the rooftops. Both handsets are classed as smartphones aimed at the business community and both run on Linux.
According to the GSM Arena website, the Motorola Ming A1600 includes a QVGA TFT spanning 2.4in. Including a touch-screen interface, controlled by a stylus, the Ming features an attractive semi-transparent plastic covert. The handset supports quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and includes a 3MP camera with auto-focus. It can also save a stream of images in GIF format and then animate them as a short video. This GPS equipped handset also allows you to geo-tag your images. External connections can be made with Bluetooth, microSD and microUSB.
The Ming A1800 includes many of the features of the A1600 but also includes two transceivers to allow you to be connected to two different networks at the same time. The A1800 can also connect to GSM and CDMA.
No news has been issued about a UK release or price.
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