Motorola Z8 Makes Its Retail Debut

Jul 03, 2007
Motorola Z8 Makes Its Retail Debut

The “media monster” has landed. Motorola today announces the immediate availability of the MOTO Z8 kick-slider handset in Spain, with other parts of Europe and Asia to follow. The Z8, a complete entertainment center, offering mobile TV, video and music from one unique device, is available through Telefónica via Movistar.

”We are excited to deliver our media monster to mobile entertainment fans around the world, beginning with Spain,” said Allen Burnes, corporate vice president and general manager, Motorola Mobile Devices, EMEA and India. “With the Z8, consumers can listen to music, download video, create blogs and record and store memories all from the best multimedia platforms available today.”

Motorola brings entertainment to life with the MOTO Z8. The large QVGA 16 million color TFT display optimizes the viewing experience in both portrait and landscape mode which can be put to good use with the in-box, full-length film, “The Bourne Identity,” from Universal Pictures. The movie in your hand is further enhanced using the inbox S9 Bluetooth stereo headphones. The multi-media experience continues with applications such as BSkyB, Podcast.com and CNN.

The Z8 delivers best-in-class design, functionality and the ultimate multimedia experience. With optional 4GB MicroSD memory cards (expandable up to 32GB when available), - entertainment lovers can store up to 12 full-length motion pictures or approximately 70 hours of music, in addition to approximately 80MB of free internal user memory. Lightning fast Internet downloads using HSDPA and powerful onboard dual processors allows consumers to surf the Web while listening to music, without missing a beat.

The Z8 features an 8x zoom on its 2.0 megapixel camera with lumi LED light and let’s consumers record and watch their favorite moments with crystal clear video capture and playback at 30 frames per second.

The Z8 is now available to Movistar clients through Telefónica and will soon be available in other parts of Europe as well as Asia.

Source: Motorola

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