Motorola launched a new iTunes enabled handset in the UK, although rather discretely it seems.
The Motorola V3iM mobile phone takes Motorola's popular RAZR flip design, adds an expandable memory, then goes a step further by including iTunes compatibility.
Posted on the Apple site and on numerous online stores, the new model is based on the V3i, but has the ability to store 100 songs on it, all accessible via the iTunes interface.
Tunes are accessed via pressing the Music key, that's what the 'M' at the end of the name stands for, and you're able to browse through playlists to choose your favourite songs.
In addition, this ultra-slim camera phone offers you Java games, MP3 ringtones, a personal organiser, voice-activated calling and quad-band international coverage.