The curious little touchscreen Motorola handset called the Motoming A1800 is now available in China, according to some reports. As we earlier noted, it will be a stylus-based touchscreen smartphone with built-in GPS. It’s not much of a looker, though, so we can’t exactly say that its a sight for sore eyes.
The Motorola MING A1800 boasts support for both GSM and CDMA networks, has a 2.4″ 240 x 320 pixel display, expandable memory and a 3 megapixel autofocus camera. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have 3G and what’s worse is that it also lacks Wi-Fi.
It does still have a CDMA and GPS radio in it, though, so you can chat away while making your rounds in the Pacific at any time of day. The 1000 mAh battery won’t do the two antennas justice, but Moto says you should manage about 3.5 hours to 5 hours of talk time on the thing.
Now the most depressing part: the Motorola MING A1800 seems to be available only in China, if only for now. Only Mainland China’s maps come pre-loaded with this device, but lets be optimistic and not say that its probably because it won’t launch anywhere else. We can hope, can’t we?
Via Mobile Gazette
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