Motorola has just announced a new entry-level phone, the MOTO W403, but without providing a picture of it.
I’m sure that some official images will appear soon, but, until then, let’s see what this W403 is all about.
Presented as “an all-in-one music and camera phone”, Motorola W403 is a clamshell that has a “classic, enduring design”, and a “youthful metallic look”.
The phone obviously doesn’t come with too many advanced features. For example, it only has dual-band GSM/GPRS connectivity (850/1900 or 900/1800 MHz).
The main specs of MOTO W403 include:
- 1.8 inch internal display with 128 x 160 pixels
- 96 x 32 pixels CLI monochromatic external display
- MP3 player
- FM radio
- 2.5mm headset jack
- CrystalTalk technology
- VGA camera with video recording
- 7MB user available memory
- MicroSD card support, up to 2GB
- 95 x 46 x 16 mm
- 76 grams
Starting the fourth quarter of 2009, Motorola W403 will be available in Latin America for an affordable price.
Well, that’s about it. Oh, and, Moto, next time when you announce a phone, make sure you have its pictures ready, OK?
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