Bold Colors and Advanced Technology Expand the Line-Up of the World's Coolest Clamshell Mobile
LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., Nov. 8 /-- Leveraging the world-wide success of the groundbreaking Motorola RAZR, Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) today revealed two new colors and two new versions of the popular handset.
The new handsets provide consumers with four new ways to enjoy the Motorola RAZR experience through distinctive colors and technology advances -- all while maintaining the RAZR's slim silhouette and reliable mobile connectivity.
"We wanted to evolve the Motorola RAZR without compromising the integrity and philosophy of the original design," said Leslie Dance, Corporate Vice President of Global Marketing and Communications. "These four new phones complement the millions of RAZRs already in use, enabling consumers to choose the experience that best fits their personal style and mobile needs."
-- Motorola RAZR V3i -- Adding new functionality to the sleek RAZR form, the RAZR V3i delivers a 1.23 megapixel digital camera, expandable memory and a sophisticated new spun metal look -- combining the best of mobile style, imaging, audio and technology in one slim device.
-- Motorola RAZR in pink and blue -- A new twist on the traditional, the RAZR will soon be available in striking shades of pink and ice blue. The first choice for a select group of fashion elite and Hollywood "it" girls, these svelte mobiles offer advanced technology and superlative design in attention-grabbing colors.
-- Motorola CDMA RAZR with Ev-DO -- Revolutionary mobile style is now available on the CDMA network. Whether downloading a musical ringtone or taking a video clip with the 1.3 megapixel camera, this chic handset brings unparalleled mobile sophistication to CDMA users worldwide.*
The Motorola RAZR V3i, RAZR in pink and blue and RAZR for the CDMA network are expected to be available in various regions in Q4 2005. For additional details on availability and pricing please contact your local Motorola representative.
Motorola pioneered mobile technology in the 1930s with car radios and public safety radio networks, the walkie-talkie in the 1940's and space-to earth communication for the Apollo program in the 1960s. In the 1980s, Motorola revolutionized personalized communications with the first commercial handheld cellular phone. Today, its new smart devices, networks, and software are making communications not just mobile, but seamless. Continuously redefining "the device formerly known as the cell phone," Motorola also leads the industry in design, with award-winning products like the iconic RAZR. Motorola had sales of U.S. $31.3 billion in 2004. For more information, please visit www.motorola.com/ .
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CONTACT: Europe, Una Kent, + 44 780 236 5956, or Una.Kent@motorola.com ,
or North Asia, Mary Lamb, + 85 294 880 470, or Mary.Lamb@motorola.com , or
South Asia, Lena Goh, + 65 9817 0088, or Lena.Goh@motorola.com , or Americas,
Monica Rohleder, +1-847-606-1973, or Monica.Rohleder@motorola.com , all of