New sleek Motorola V975 and C975 handsets deliver affordable 3G devices that couple speed with photo and video

July 27, 2004

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT), a global leader in wireless communications, today announced the new ultra chic, clamshell V975 and super slim, candybar C975 -- the latest products to join Motorola’s extensive 3G handset stable. These exciting new mobiles deliver exceptional value and consumer experience with cutting-edge 3G technology at an affordable price tag.

Joining the recently announced Motorola A845, E1000 and A1000, the new models extend Motorola’s leading 3G portfolio and boast superior 3G network capabilities. This dynamic duo enables consumers to experience an advanced array of mobile multi-media features -- from application and game downloads to shooting and sharing video with friends, family and colleagues.

With truly advanced multi-media functionality including 2-way video conferencing, VGA camera with 4x zoom, and streaming audio and video record*, download and playback, both handsets provide a plethora of tools to capture life on-the-go with speed, ease and style.

“The Motorola V975 and C975 take the power of 3G technology and bring it to the masses -- giving consumers the option to access the most innovative mobile multi-media and entertainment solutions available,” said Bill Werner, corporate vice president and general manager of Motorola’s 3G Products. “Combining affordability with cutting-edge 3G technology, the V975 and C975 complement Motorola’s existing 3G products and solidify the company’s position as the global leader in this arena, with the world’s most extensive and desirable 3G product portfolio.”

Pricing and Availability
The Motorola C975 and V975 are expected to be available in Q4 2004.

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