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CES 2007: The MOTOMING

MotomingOn any other day, the EDGE enabled MOTOMING would certainly garner some attention. But today just happens to be the day the iPhone was announced – and quite frankly, everything else just looks like a sack full of testicles at this point.

Still, the MOTOMING has some cool features so its worth breaking down some specs:

  • Linux based
  • 1.5-inch x 2-inch touchscreen
  • High Performance Personal Information Manager
  • Hands-Free Speaker-Phone with 40 channel polyphonic speaker
  • Speaker Independent Voice Dial
  • Cursive Handwriting Recognition (Chinese only)
  • Bluetooth wireless technology®* with support for the following profiles: HSP, HFP, PAN, GOEP, A2DP, AVRCP, BIP, BPP, and DUN
  • Integrated FM Radio (use of wired headset required)
  • RealPlayer Media Player Supporting Audio Codecs: MP3, XMF, WMA v9, AAC+, WAV and more
  • MicroSD™ Card slot for up to 2GB of optional expandable memory
  • Integrated 2MP camera with digital zoom and macro mode
  • Video Capture/Playback/Streaming* support for MPEG4 and H.263 formats
  • Downloading* capabilities for wallpapers, vocal ringtones, screensavers, video clips, games, etc.
  • Multimedia Messaging Service* for sending images with attached voice notes
  • Instant Messaging via IM* Wireless Village
  • Motorola ClearTalk™ technology
  • Email support* for: SMTP; POP3; IMAP4; CMCC Mail

The MOTOMING is also the first mobile device to feature a dual language “talking” dictionary that will enable users to enter a word in a native language and the on-board handwriting recognition will analyze the text and the device will “speak” the word in a foreign language.

No pricing details have been released yet, but you can expect to see the MOTOMING by the end of Q1 2007.

Press Release

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