Saturday, May 26, 2007


Motorola announced its new Phone-based Navigation System T805 and Smartphone-based Navigation System T815, both featuring Motorola’s new MOTONAV solution.

The T805 and T815 Navigation Systems with MOTONAV easily turn compatible Bluetooth enabled handsets into ultra-portable GPS navigation devices. Each navigation system includes a stylish Motorola designed GPS receiver, which provides locations, turn-by-turn directions, on-screen maps and clear spoken and visual instructions.

The GPS receiver establishes a connection via Bluetooth wireless technology to a compatible mobile phone through automatic pairing, eliminating the need for complicated device discovery or pin-number entry. The receiver is enhanced by AGPS, providing users with quick start-up and location search and routing within seconds.

Motorola officially announced the availability of MOTO Q9 and MOTO Q8.
Motorola yesterday officially announced the expansion of Q platform with the availability of MOTO Q9 and MOTO Q8.

The Q9 is a HSDPA Windows Mobile 6 device supporting HSDPA speed up to 3.6Mbps. MOTO Q9 offers pure perfomance through design, delivering richer messaging and multimedia experiences.

The Q8 is a GSM Windows Mobile 6 device. Based-on the much-imitated Q design, MOTO Q8 showcases a soft-touch metal casing.

Both MOTO Q9 and Q8 are also fully customisable, with over 300 applications optimised for Motorola and a full suite of accessories.

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