Motorola New Cool Phones V810 And E310

Posted: Mar 18 2003, 9:57am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:44pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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Motorola New Cool Phones V810 and E310

Motorola (NYSE: MOT), today revealed two new additions to the company’s growing 2003 mobile experience portfolio -- the Motorola E310 and V810.

The Fun Phone
The new Motorola E310 gives consumers a mobile method for experiencing interactive wireless gaming environment. A 5-way navigational key doubles as a joystick while playing downloadable games using BREW technology.
Situational light, sound and vibration enhance the users gaming experience with full sensory effects, while the Multi-Functional Transducer (MFT) combines the speaker and vibration mechanism to create crashing sounds, turbulent shakes and colorful displays during play.

The Stylish Phone
The Motorola V810 arrives loaded with an integrated camera with flash, advanced MMS and EMS messaging technologies and polyphonic speakers. BREW and CDMA1X technologies enable games, screensavers, wallpaper, ring tunes and applications – on a large display capable of supporting up to 260,000 colors.

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