The last mobile phone that Motorola launched during the recently concluded CES 2009 was perhaps the company’s answer to the growing touchscreen-enabled mobile phone market - the MOTOSURF A3100. This mobile device boasts of a touch-enabled home screen on featuring applications that can be accessed using a tip of the finger, stylus or the usual omni-directional trackball. This homescreen can also be customized to feature live feeds on weather, personal and work-email, messaging, calendar event and news.
The MOTOSURF A3100 is being touted as Motorola’s social smartphone giving users’ fast and easy access to various social networking and mobile functionality such as video conferencing, Facebook activities, GPS navigation among other useful features of the A3100.
T-Mobile has just made available the new T-Mobile Shadow all-in-one mobile device. The T-Mobile Shadow boasts of compact form factor and great features including support for T-Mobile Unlimited HotSpot Calling, fast processing power, Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, and more. Available now under T-Mobile for $199.99 with 2-year service agreement, the T-Mobile Shadow will be available in White Mint and Black Burgundy.
The T-Mobile Shadows is the first Windows-based phone that supports T-Mobile’s Unlimited HotSpot Calling service. This gives you mobile coverage at home as well as unlimited calling through Wi-Fi networks. It also lets you switch between Wi-Fi calling and T-Mobile’s wireless network.
The phone was manufactured and designed by HTC and was equipped with a powerful processor to provide you with fast access and Internet connectivity. It also features a Wi-Fi web that lets you feed your discussions in real time. The phone also has an enhanced multimedia capabilities that provides top-screen way of sharing your music.