Motorola unveils Motosurf A3100

Motorola's worst kept secret, the Attila, has finally been unveiled as the MOTOSURF A3100. The A3100 features a 2.8” QVGA touch screen with 3G (HSDPA 7.2 850/1900/2100) and WiFi connectivity. You'll also be able to navigate the, sometimes finger unfriendly, Windows Mobile interface with the included omnidirectional trackball. Behind the somewhat vanilla facade, you'll find […]

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Motorola's worst kept secret, the Attila, has finally been unveiled as the MOTOSURF A3100. The A3100 features a 2.8” QVGA touch screen with 3G (HSDPA 7.2 850/1900/2100) and WiFi connectivity. You'll also be able to navigate the, sometimes finger unfriendly, Windows Mobile interface with the included omnidirectional trackball. Behind the somewhat vanilla facade, you'll find an even more lackluster 256MB of storage space and 128MB of RAM. To make up for the lack of internal storage, though, the A3100 features a MicroSD slot with support for cards up to 32GB in size. To round it all off, there's the usual GPS and Bluetooth 2.0 included.

Source:→ Pocket PC

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