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Motorola launches the first 3G i-mode handset in Hong Kong - MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 May 2007
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Motorola, Inc. today announced the availability of the new 3G MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode in Hong Kong. MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode is the first 3G handset that supports the brand new i-mode services, launched by 3 Hong Kong today.

Featuring the perfect blend of broadband-like speed, dynamic multimedia capabilities and cutting-edge design, MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode offers users the fastest access to the exciting i-mode mobile entertainment world at the speed of up to 3.6Mbps. With just one click on the dedicated i-mode button, customers can enjoy the fascinating world of mobile entertainment brought by i-mode services from 3 Hong Kong.

MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode supports Adobe Macromedia Flash Player, which allows users to view animated contents at the captivating i-mode mobile portal. Together with the vibration effect it supports while playing the 3D mobile game, the new MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode brings an enhanced interactive experience to all i-mode users in Hong Kong.

This smartly slim handset packs advanced functionality into an ultra-desirable package, with premium metal finishes, a precision cut keypad and a svelte form measure barely half an inch thick, an integrated MP3 player, 1.3 megapixel digital camera with 8x zoom and MPEG4 video capture and playback capabilities. Slender, stylish and luxurious, MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode is set to impress from the word “Go.”

“Motorola is pleased to bring the first 3G i-mode handset MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode to the Hong Kong market.” said Mr. Gaby Grynwald, vice president of Northeast Asia Region, Motorola Asia Pacific Mobile Devices. ”This MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode has been designed for customers that demand the best in speed, elite style and unrivalled functionality and enjoy the best of both worlds with this interactive and stylish handset. I am confident that MOTORAZR maxx V3 i-mode will become the hottest pick for i-mode users in Hong Kong.”

 
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