Friday, October 12, 2007

New Moto cellphones,
including gold-plated RAZR

Motorola announced nine new cellphones Thursday.

The RAZR2 V8 is a special edition of the new RAZR2, available in limited quantities for holiday giving. The signature RAZR2 form factor has been "bathed in gold and clothed in snake-like skin." Elegant 18K gold-plated accents showcase a luminous, black slate, vacuum metal finish. Other design elements include pin stripes on the CLI lens, an engraved diamond-cut pattern on the sideband and a linear etching on the navigation wheel.

Features include Motorola’s CrystalTalk Technology and quad-band technology to make calls clearer anywhere in the world, by automatically adjusting the audio controls to account for background noise. The large, color external display provides touch-sensitive music controls, picture caller ID, album art, self-portrait camera display, and more. Opera Mobile Browser 8.5 enables easy and intuitive Web surfing.
A 2.0 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom records the moment with high resolution pictures and also provides up to 2 hours of video capture and playback.

Also: Up to 2GB of on-board storage for up to 1,000 songs. A powerhouse processor for fast over-the-air downloads. Windows Media® Player 11 delivers simple music management and playback and enables access to over 200 online music stores.
Consumers can take advantage of the large external screen to manage their music and read and respond to texts2 – without opening the flip.

This new phone comes complete with a black slate Motorola H680 Bluetooth® headset with 18k gold-plated accents, a wired stereo headset for music, a matching patent leather carrying case with strap, and a polishing cloth.
This is a preview, not a review.

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