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03-26-2009, 06:57 AM
After a huge success of MotoRAZR by Motorola, its back with a new Smartphone called Motorola MotoSurf A3100. Motosurf will be released in the first quarter of 2009 and will be available on the internet. Motosurf is a Touchscreen smartphone packed with a stylus to use it on the screen to browse applications, it also has a built-in QWERTY keyboard for writing text messages and its up to you if you want to use it or not, Stereo Bluetooth enabled, built-in GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, flash light, speaker phone and the most prominent feature is the camera with 3 mega pixel makes it Motorola’s great step towards launching smartphones.

MotoSurf has a curve shape with silver on the back and black on the front screen. It has a trackball and is considered to be the first smartphone technology phone with a trackball. You can use trackball to move all around and browse, navigate and do clicks with it, you can also use your finger tips and you also have a stylus option right attached with the motosurf on the top right corner. On the sides you have a volume increase/decrease button and on the top it has a 3.5mm headset jack.

Motorola Surf A3100 is a Windows mobile with version 6.1 and a friendly usage phone gives you all the best features you can set for your smart phone. This smartphone has a QWERTY keyboard but not physically present but available while writing text, you also have an option while writing to use with the onscreen spacious keyboard it or you can discard it anytime by pressing upper right corner key that gives you the normal writing pad.

On the back you will find a 3 mega pixel camera with LED flash right next to the camera. This Motorola handset is a fully customized phone giving you an option to customize your phone in a way you like, you can choose your favorites application icons on the main screen or usually people drag their useful or regular applications on the front as this keeps them accessing those application fast. No price word disclosed yet but will be available in Asia but china will be first in the first quarter of 2009.

03-26-2009, 08:38 PM
About time Motorola tried to enter the touchscreen market

I'm not so sure about the trackball being a first for smartphones...The trackball has always been BlackBerrys Trademark