Motorola announces a new Windows touchscreen mobile phone at the CES 2009 with the MOTOSURF A3100.
The touch tablet’s customizable home screen is layered on top of the familiar Windows Mobile 6.1 software and has many applications that can be accessed with the tip of a finger, a stylus or an omni-directional trackball. The home screen icons can be personalized to give "live" feeds on weather, news, personal and work e-mail, messaging and calendar events. The A3100 features WiFi and 3G connectivity. Motoral aimed to make the A3100 a truly social mobile phone. I do not really see that. To support a FaceBook app does not make it a social phone.
MOTOSURF A3100 will be available in multiple regions beginning in Q1 2009, including Asia and Latin America.
Via this Motorola announcement. More CES 2009 News.
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