The latest mobile phone launched by Motorola is the MOTOSURF A3100. The new phone comes with a touch-enabled screen, applications that can be used with the touch of a finger, and trackball. The screen also comes with live feeds, E-Mail, messaging, events or news. With this device, you also have access to different networks, video conference, Facebook activities, as well as GPS.
Features and specifications: GSM Quad-Band EDGE/GPRS, 12/12 WCDMA and HSDPA 7.2 850/1900/2100; Windows Mobile 6.1 OS; Facebook activities; 3G/HSDAP; HSUP; Wi-Fi; Windows media player, YouTube; a 2.8-inch QVGA touch panel screen; a 3 megapixel camera, with auto-focus; a VGA secondary camera for video calls; 256 MB internal flash memory, 128 MB RAM, and support for microSD card with up to 32GB; Qualcomm MSM 7210A chipset; USB and Stereo Bluetooth connectivity; GPS; MPEG-4, H.263/H.264 and WMV playback, 3GP and MP4 support; 12 hours of talk time; 110 x 60 x 14mm, and 119 g.
The MOTOSURF A3100 will be first available in Asia and Latin America, in the first quarter of 2009. Pricing is still unknown.