Motorola announced that it was launching three new MING PDA handsets in China with the MING A1800 and A1600 as well as the new MOTO A810. The two new MING handsets will feature stand-alone GPS and a full array of productivity and multimedia functions.
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The MOTO A810 is an entry level device for the PDA handset market. Both the MING A1800 and A1600 handsets use a transparent flip cover. The A1600 has a 3.2MP camera with autofocus and panorama functionality along with a camera scan dictionary. The A18000 supports CDMA/GSM with dual-mode dual standby, integrated incoming call/SMS firewall and a 3MP auto-focus camera.
"As the next generation of our MING range, the A1600 and A1800 combine Motorola's long heritage in the PDA market with stylish design and innovative technology, delivering a personal productivity experience that has been tailored to the needs of the busy Chinese executive," said Ray Yam, Vice President and General Manager, Motorola Mobile Devices, China. "The A810, meanwhile, adds new energy and style to Motorola's PDA series -- it is ideal for those young professionals who are looking to work hard and play hard, thanks to the multi-functional and fully-featured set of tools we have included."
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