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Motorola A1000

Discontinued
Due late 2004

Easily the manufacturer most committed to third-generation mobiles, the A1000 represents a further progressive enhancement to the A-series of 3G handsets.

In many ways the A1000 is very much like the the A925 except that's it is significantly smaller and lighter, much less ugly and has a much better primary digital camera, at 1.2 megapixels plus 4x digital zoom.

The Motorola comes with viewers for most Microsoft Office document formats, a web browser and email client, all running on the Symbian operating system.

In addition, the A1000 comes with built-in GPS (Global Position System) capabilities, Bluetooth, steaming video and the now usual 3G functions.

There is a lot going on in the A1000, but really it's not a significant upgrade over the powerful A925 except in size and looks. But it represents Motorola's third attempt at a 3G PDA/phone for the European market, and the refined design makes it a much more attractive phone to those who have been put off by the brick-like qualities of the other Motorola 3G phones.

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Motorola A1000 Provisional Specifications

Available:

Q4 2004

Network:

WCDMA (3G) plus tri-band GSM

Data:

3G

Screen:

208x320 pixels

Camera:

1.2 megapixels

Size:

PDA-style device
Approx 120x60x20 mm / 170 grams

Bluetooth:

Yes

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

Battery life:

Unknown

OS:

Symbian 7.0

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