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Motorola C381p

 Motorola C381p Discontinued
19th January 2005

Motorola's C300 series of handsets are low cost, lightweight affairs and the C381p is no exception. Based on the already shipping C380, the C381p also features push-to-talk (PTT) capabilities. It's not an exciting phone though - there's a 128x128 pixel CSTN display, no camera, no fancy multimedia support, but it's a lightweight handset coming in at around 80 grams and it looks fairly smart.

The C381p will come in two dual-band configurations, an 850/1900 GSM unit and a 900/1800 GSM unit. It's quite likely that the two variants will be cosmetically different too.

There's a dedicated PTT button on the front of the C381p, and in addition to PTT it supports WAP 2.0, MMS, Instant Messaging, Java and polyphonic ringtones. There's no email client, and the 128x128 pixel display isn't ideal for web browsing.

This is one of a pair of PTT handsets announced at the same time, the other one being the Motorola C698p. This however is a low-end handset, possibly aimed at extending the PTT market to prepay/pay-as-you-go customers. It has yet to be seen if much of a market for PTT actually exists though.

At around 80 grams, this is a very lightweight phone. Battery life isn't bad at between 3.5-6 hours talktime. Available Q1 and possibly even shipping already in some markets, although target countries are not known at time of going to press.

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Motorola C381p at a glance

Available:

Q1 2005

Network:

Dual-band GSM

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

128x128 pixels, 65,000 colours

Camera:

No

Size:

Lightweight candybar
107x43x21mm / 80 grams approx

Bluetooth:

No

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

Battery life:

3.5-6 hours talk / 9-12 days standby

 

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