Two New Handsets from Motorola to Redefine 3G

Mar 10, 2005

Motorola today unveiled two more seriously sexy 3G handsets in its signature clamshell form. The chic, Vodafone exclusive, Motorola V1050 and the beautiful black V1150 are the essence of multimedia made easy for everyone.
With the launch of these handsets, 3G now stands for Gorgeous, Glamorous and Gifted. These cutting edge devices all offer integrated cameras, up to two megapixels for the V1150, two way video calling1 as standard and they all support mpeg4, WMA and MP3 files so you can play everything from your favourite downloaded track1, soccer highlights, and even previews of the latest movies. Being seamless has never looked or sounded so good.

“These recent additions are the next exciting step for Motorola as we deliver 3G for everyone,” said Greg Estell, Vice President and General Manager, Motorola Mobile Devices, Europe. “Using our signature clamshell design we have created two new handsets which offer unbelievable consumer experiences in a pocket-sized device.”

Motorola V1150 – 3G is Gorgeous: Its official

The Motorola V1150 not only aids creativity but is also technologically thrilling in the same breath. The Motorola V1150 houses the latest in camera technology packing a two megapixel camera with photo indicator light and a 2.2” QVGA colour display. Additional features include: internal antenna, removable optional Transflash memory, Bluetooth® wireless technology, integrated AGPS1, and weighs less than 130g.

V1050 – Multimedia Made Easy

The Vodafone exclusive Motorola V1050 offers stylish design, MP3 player, and direct access to the latest Vodafone Live! services for cool content, news, games, and more1. You can capture, show and share using 1.23 megapixel video camera with zoom, all displayed on the large 2.2”, brilliant colour TFT display. Additional features include: Web access, video calling/streaming, POP3/IMAP4 E-mail and optional removable TransFlash memory card, providing the ultimate storage solution for data and music downloads1.

Available exclusively to Vodafone Live! customers very soon.

The Motorola V1150 will be available in 2H 2005 and the V1050 (Vodafone) will be available from 2Q 2005. For pricing please contact your local Motorola representative.

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