July 26, 2005

Motorola unveils thin phone for e-mail addict

2116781689167556.JPG Motorola Inc. unveiled on Monday an ultra thin mobile phone with a keyboard, aimed at people who have become addicted to Blackberry e-mail and messaging devices, reports Reuters

"Motorola said the latest handset, dubbed the "Q," was inspired by the ultra-thin design of its popular Razr phone -- which has become a design icon and status symbol. The "Q" is slimmer than the Razr and about 50 percent thinner than top rival phones that have tiny keyboards built-in, it said.

Motorola's "Q" is based on software from Microsoft Corp. and can support e-mail from a variety of third party applications, including Microsoft's, Motorola said. It expects the device to go on sale in the first quarter of 2006."

Picture from Engadget

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