Motorola Karma 'targets web-savvy networkers'
24 June 2009 — 2:00 PM
Motorola has unveiled details of its latest phone - and claimed it could be popular with social networkers.
The manufacturer announced the launch of the Karma this week, which combines easy access to sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace with a slide-out full qwerty keyboard for rapid texting, blogging and emailing.
In addition, the firm states the Motorola Karma offers a high-resolution display, 3G connectivity and support for instant messaging services from Yahoo! and Windows Live.
Jeff Miller, vice-president of mobile at the group, said the handset provides a versatile way for people to stay in touch.
"Today's savvy mobile phone users are looking for more from their devices than just an easy way to text - they want to update their social networking status, instant message multiple friends, make calls and of course text," he added.
Other handsets in the Motorola line-up include the ROKR and RAZR.
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