"Smart and connected" - this is the characteristic of the new mobile handsets from Motorola, one of the leading companies in the mobile phones and solutions market.
Recently, the company has announced three new models of mobile devices, based on the Linux mobile platform, which broadened Motorola's portfolio of the mobile office handsets. The company presented the A910, A728 and A732 models as the devices, specially designed "to deliver a seamless mobile office experience, for today's on-the-go professional", as it is specified in the official press-release of the Motorola Company.
The Motorola A910 features the support of WiFi standard to connect to the Internet, thus, the phone offers its users a high level of freedom in finding and getting the necessary information. Moreover, this model shows the perfect efficiency, due to the special Linux software platform, which is used in the Motorola mobile handsets. The Motorola developers underline the new user interface, giving the easy and understandable way to access and navigate all the handset's features and functions. Among them are the followings: the UMA technology, allowing accessing the GSM or GPRS features over WLAN; the MotoSync technology permits to connect the mobile phone to the desktop or laptop computers and the integrated Bluetooth gives the ability to use the phone in the hands-free mode or connect to it the specially designed Motorola accessories, like the new Razrwire eye-glasses.
The characteristics and available features of the other new model from Motorola, A 728, impress. This model is also based on the Linux platform and offers its users such options as a speech recognition dialling, a hands-free connection, an integrated Yahoo! Messenger and an email support. The Motorola positions A728 as the device for smart business and equipped it with intelligent handwriting feature and the Power Word dictionary, broadening the usability of the device outside the typical communicational applications.
The Motorola A732 simplifies the communication by means of text messages. This model features the intuitive finger-writing recognition technology. The user can write characters on the sliding keypad and send it 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.
With these new models, Motorola underlines its position in developing the devices, capable to satisfy the demands of the advanced mobile users. As it is noted in the official press release from Motorola, "Today's mobile professionals want freedom: from wires, from their desks, and from boring handsets," and "Our newest additions, the Motorola A910, A728 and A732, combine style, power and productivity to fit your personal and work styles."
Supporting Linux platform is one more innovative initiative of Motorola, which will, certainly, find many fans among the users of the mobile handsets.