Motorola launches the A925 its fourth 3G phone
With built in MP3 player; touch screen operation; video calling, playback and messaging; picture messaging; as well as Bluetooth connectivity; digital camera; in built Assisted GPS; a games console and much more, Motorola's hopes people will see its new phone - the A925 as more than just a mobile phone.
The wide touchscreened unit that is powered by the Symbian OS comes complete with polyphonic ring-tones and a loud speaker for users to get the most out of the multimedia elements.
The phone will support AGPS (Assisted Global Position System) to help users find the nearest bar, café, restaurant, shop or cinema. While the expandable memory up to 256MB should be able to store additional data, ringtones and games.
The A925 is the fourth video mobile to be launched by Motorola and will be available from March 2004 with pricing dependant on contract