Motorola launches 'socially-inclined' mobile
31 March 2009 — 5:00 PM
Motorola has advised its latest phone will be equipped with technology designed to keep users socially active.
The manufacturer, which has in the past brought handsets like the ROKR and RAZR to consumers, has said the Evoke QA4 will offer a range of messaging options and a touchscreen qwerty keypad.
In addition to "fast web connectivity", Motorola claims to have fitted the phone with rapid access to Picasa, MySpace and YouTube as well as an RSS feed widget.
Mark Shockley, corporate vice president and general manager of the firm's mobile devices division, said the Evoke responds to a consumer need to stay connected to friends and family "simply and seamlessly".
"Motorola Evoke offers the cutting-edge convenience and instant gratification of a full touch-screen, intuitive online browsing and the ability to stay plugged in on your terms," he added.
The company will be appearing at the CTIA Wireless event in Las Vegas this week to showcase a number of its latest phones and technologies.
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