New Motorola E895 combines Linux and Java technology

Jun 28, 2005
New Motorola E895 combines Linux and Java technology

Whatever your passion -- photos, games, music, or video -- the new E895 from Motorola lets you indulge, in style.
Announced today at the 2005 JavaOneSM Conference, the compact Motorola E895 combines a rich, intuitive feature set with Motorola’s signature clam-shell design to deliver the ultimate in multimedia - making it even easier to create, manage and share the experiences that matter most.

With the Motorola E895, you can:

-- Develop great still images, even in low light, with the 1.3 megapixel camera featuring pan/zoom capabilities
-- Get into real action shots using the rich video features like capture, playback and streaming . . . made even more vibrant on one of the largest high resolution color screens in the industry
-- Take advantage of the latest Bluetooth wireless technology supporting cool features such as Bluetooth printing, Bluetooth peer-to-peer gaming and Bluetooth stereo headset

And all these features and functions are even easier to use thanks to Motorola’s next generation user interface, which provides for intuitive navigation and content management.

“Today’s mobile users want it all -- the power to create and share their own content as well as the ability to access a world of existing entertainment and information,” said Tracey Koziol, Vice President & General Manager, GSM Product Line Management, Motorola. “With the Motorola E895, we can deliver on both fronts. By marrying top technology performance with cutting-edge multimedia features and high-end design this handset gives consumers the flexibility and confidence to customize their mobile experience -- to fit their world, their needs.”

The latest in Motorola’s growing line of Linux-based handsets, the Motorola E895’s impressive multimedia offerings are complemented by TransFlash optional expandable memory and on-board memory, which means there’s plenty of room to save your favorite creations. EDGE capability provides higher speeds to download your favorite music or video clips2 and a powerful speakerphone enables superior audio performance making this handset the perfect blend of high performance and cutting-edge mobile entertainment.

The Motorola E895 is expected to be available in Q4 2005.

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