Motorola has teamed up with UK video mobile operator 3 to push three of its latest multimedia 3G handsets for the Christmas market. 3 promised to offer the Motorola A1000, E1000 and C975 from November.
Motorola modestly claims that its top-of-the-range Symbian OS-based A1000 is "one of the smallest and most advanced touch screen devices money can buy".
The USB and Bluetooth-enabled device features a touch screen, GPS, 24MB of user memory, a 1.2 megapixel camera and the Picsel Document Viewer (supporting Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
The Motorola E1000 multimedia device ships with a 1.2 megapixel camera, MP3 player, video playback and twin 3D stereo speakers. It's 260k colour display is designed to support video streaming and P2P video. The mass market 'Candy bar' Motorola C975 handset has a 1.9in colour display.
Bob Fuller, 3 UK chief executive, said: "The new models are further proof that 3G services are being delivered through compelling devices that will appeal to all consumers. This is going to be the first 3G Christmas."
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