Is Motorola inching its way back into relevance? The company known for little more than a series of super-slim handsets back at the turn of the century has released a new Windows Mobile 6.1 handset for enterprise, after several new phone announcements in the last month.
The MC55 targets the 'mobile worker' and is a tough-phone that also happens to be the smallest and lightest of Motorola's Enterprise Digital Assistants.
Other features include a 3.5-inch touch-screen, full QWERTY, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, a two-way radio, plus a barcode scanner and two-megapixel camera with autofocus, which Motorola says would be useful for documents, as image capture could be used as proof of delivery. Or taking pictures of your workmates soused, we suppose.
Cost sits between £1,200 and £1,512. Available for businesses only.