New Motorola 'targets active mobile users'
12 May 2009 — 5:00 PM
Motorola's latest phone could be of interest to those who lead an active lifestyle, the manufacturer has suggested.
The company behind handsets like the ROKR, RAZR and Aura this week announced the launch of the latest addition to its range - the MOTO W7 Active Edition.
It notes that with motion-enabled 3G1 and a built in accelerometer capable of sensing the individual motions of the user's body, it could prove popular for those with fast-paced lives.
Alain Mutricy, senior-vice president of Motorola Mobile Devices, states the W7 was also designed with enjoyment in mind.
"The accelerometer technologies put a new spin on the traditional relationship we have with our phone by not only simplifying how you use it, but making it more fun in the process," he explains.
In addition, the device is equipped with a built-in music player, step pedometer, personal trainer application, up to 8 GB external memory and a two-megapixel camera.
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