MOTOMING A1600 touch phone in India
It is raining Motorola handsets in India.
If you are considering upgrading your old Ming A1200 handset .. the time has come !
After the recent launch of the ROKR EM30 has come MOTOMING A1600
Motorola has always been selling touchscreen phones . Now this Ming brings one more handset to the Touchscreen phone battleground
Features and Specifications
• GPS navigation
• Mobile music
• Multimedia functions
• Free access to fully navigable maps and landmarks of 30 major cities in India
• Voice-guided navigation across major national and state highways
• 1GB MicroSD card
• Expandable memory of up to 4GB
• In-car charger
• 3.2megapixel camera
• Panorama mode
• Mobile e-mail
• Business card reader
• Document viewer
• Motorola’s handwriting technology
• Motorola’s Music ID
• Direct access to MOTOMUSIC
• Video capture
• Video playback at 30 fps
• Class 2 Bluetooth
• 27MB of user-available memory
• Wired stereo headset
• CD-ROM with Roxio PC software
• MOTOMUSIC scratch card offering 50 free wallpapers and music video downloads
The MOTOMING A1600 is for all cricket buffs. Former Indian captain Krish Srikkanth teaches cricketing strokes, and free video batting tips of more strokes can be downloaded. You can keep track of live cricket matches with live text commentary, partnership charts, and wagon wheel. Three cricket games ensure you can play the game for leisure.
MotoNav offers three modes of navigation from which to choose – shortest, quickest or pedestrian path, along with points of interest that show up on the screen as users approach the site. The MotoNav application allows users to mark favourite destinations for quick navigation guidance and to retrieve a history of previously travelled paths. It also allows users to send SMS location information to friends. Powered by MapmyIndia, India maps come preloaded on the memory card of MING A1600.
“MOTOMING A1600, our first GPS-enabled mobile phone in India, is powered with next-generation features and applications in an extremely attractive design,” said Lloyd Mathias, senior director and head of sales and distribution, India & South West Asia, Motorola Mobile Devices. “Our GPS navigation service is free with no activation charges, independent of mobile networks and can be used even without inserting the SIM card. We have ensured that all major cities in the country are a part of this unique service. This Diwali, we invite Indian consumers to experience the next-generation GPS-enabled navigation device, the MOTOMING A1600.”
At Rs. 15,450 it is good value for money!