Motorola's new phone is 'carbon neutral'
The packaging is also 22 percent smaller than usual and the box and paperwork that comes with it are on "100 percent post-consumer recycled paper." You also get a postage-paid envelope to send in your old phone for recycling at no cost to you.
Here's the specs:
• Nine hours of talk time (550 minutes) between charges; or 18 days of standby (450 hours)
• WAP browser
• Mini USB
• 83 grams
• 45 x 110.97 x 14.7 mm
• Optional 2GB removable memory
• SMS, MMS messaging
• Available on T-Mobile USA in the first quarter of this year.
The press release gives the impression this is the be-all, end-all of smartphones:
Whether toggling back and forth between documents while on the go, listening to MP3s, video conferencing on the run, updating your Facebook status or using a GPS to navigate from point A to B, Motosurf puts every aspect of your life, personal and professional, just a touch away.
• Up to 6.8 hours of talk time or up to 12.4 hours of standby
• 119 grams
• 110 x 59.7 x 13.7 mm
• OS: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
• USB 2.0 HS, Stereo Bluetooth wireless with A2DP
• 2.8 inch display
• MMS, SMS, multi-head IM, e-mail (exchange)
• Audio: AMR, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, MIDI
• Video: MPEG-4, H.263, H.264 and WMV playback support, .3GP and .MP4 file playback support, H.263 capture support
• 3 megapixel auto-focus camera; VGA secondary camera
• Memory: 256MB Flash, 128 MB RAM, Micro-SD up to 32 GB
• Available in multiple regions in the first quarter of the year, including Asia and Latin America.