Thursday, April 17, 2008

Motorola launches new phone India

Motorola’s brand ambassador and musician Wyclef Jean, launched MOTOROKR U9 in India that comes with Stereo Bluetooth 4 and CrystalTalk Technology.

/photo.cms?msid=2959124 With metallic gloss finish, the phone has an external touch-sensitive music controls and an external display that shows floating, animated screensavers.

With 25MB of on-board user memory, the phone supports Microsoft Windows Media Player 11. It also has an optional microSD memory card that enables storage of up to 4GB of music and pictures.

The phone comes with voice recognition dialing and allows one-touch access to music library. The phone supports multiple audio files including Windows WMAv10 plus Janus DRM, MP3, AAC and AAC+. Also, Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology enables users to enjoy a wireless mobile stereo experience.

The phone has 2 mega pixel camera, 8x zoom, multi-shot feature and video capture.

“MOTOROKR U9 delivers stylish and dynamic mobile music experience to Indian consumers,” said Yatin Naik, Head-Retail Marketing, India and South West Asia, Motorola Mobile Devices. “MOTOROKR U9 embodies the stylish side of Motorola’s music-enabled devices, further building on our strong portfolio of products.”

The phone will be available by the end of May.

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