Motorola presented three new mobile devices: the Motorola A910, A728 and A732. Part of a growing portfolio of productivity-focused devices, these new handsets are designed to deliver a seamless mobile office experience for today’s on-the-go professional.
Leading the charge is the Motorola A910 device which delivers the freedom of WiFi connectivity plus a flexible Linux software platform for top technology performance. Technology experts and novices alike will easily navigate the handset’s features and functions using Motorola’s next generation user interface.
A rich, intuitive feature set is packed into the Motorola A910 clam-shell design including:
UMA technology allowing seamless access to GSM and GPRS features over WLAN
MotoSync connection capabilities for a home or office desktop experience on-the-go
Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology for hands-free communication around the office and on the road; compatible with Motorola’s world-class Bluetooth-enabled accessories, including the new RAZRWIRE eyewear
In addition to the new Motorola A910, the powerful and efficient Motorola A728 and A732 devices are loaded with unique features to match your personal work style.
The Motorola A728 Linux-based handset offers a multitude of communication features and mobile office necessities including intelligent handwriting, PIM and email capability, SyncML support, speech recognition dialing, hands-free connections, “Power Word” dictionary and Yahoo! Messenger.
Enabled with intuitive finger-writing recognition, the Motorola A732 simplifies communications. Use your finger to write characters (Chinese and Roman) on the sliding keypad and send what you wrote as a text message! This intelligent device also utilizes a predictive text engine to learn each user’s writing style and supports basic gesture commands for editing and switching between languages – all in a stylish slider form-factor.
Together with the recently announced Motorola E895 handset, the new A910 and A728 also deepen Motorola’s Linux-based handset portfolio — further demonstrating Motorola’s commitment to driving Linux-for-mobile innovation across the company’s device spectrum.