Motorola announced a new enterprise digital assistant today called the MC75. The device works on 3.5G HSDPA and 3G CDMA-EVDO networks and supports voice and data services around the world. The phone has a 3.5-inch 640 x 480 resolution screen.
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Memory integrated into the device is 128MB of RAM and 256Mb of flash. The processor is an XScale PXA270 running at 624 MHz and the operating system is Windows Mobile. The overall dimensions of the device are 6” x 3.3” x 1.7” and it features a 26-key numeric and 44-key QWERT keypad. The main battery is 3600 mAh Smart Battery.
"Building off the success of the MC70 EDA, Motorola's best-selling rugged mobile computer for field mobility solutions, the new MC75 EDA is a testament to our continued ability to anticipate the ever-changing needs of today's fast-growing global mobile workforce with features like GPS and 3G operability," said Bob Chen, vice president and general manager of Mobile Computing, Motorola Enterprise Mobility business." The MC75 provides ultimate performance in a size-optimized rugged form factor and illustrates Motorola's commitment to deliver the latest integrated technology to drive compelling solutions that enable enterprise customers to gain a competitive edge."
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