Motorola unveils MAXX cellphone

Written By Alla Levin
July 25, 2006


The Motorola MAXX holds the distinction of being one of the smallest broadband-enabled handsets in the market today. This business tool powerhouse offers 2-way video calling with a VGA camera, a 2 megapixel camera with advanced imaging features, 50MB of internal memory, Bluetooth connectivity, music playback functions, and a microSD memory card slot. The MAXX’s design is derived from the RAZR, hence the resemblance.
? Messaging: MMS, SMS, EMS
? Enhanced audio features for premium music listening on-the-go
? Video capture/playback and video sharing
? VGA and 2 MP camera with 8x digital zoom for low or hi-resolution imaging
? 50 MB user available memory?, removable memory via an optional microSD? memory card
? Bluetooth wireless technology (EDR Class 2), USB 2.0, Over the Air Synch (OTA), PC Synch, Motosync, Mobile Phone Tools
? HSDPA 3.6 Mbps (category 6)
? EDGE Class 10, GPRS Class 10
? Internal Antenna
? Futuristic Touch Sensitive Music Keys with Elegant Lighting
? RAZR Phone-Lineage 3G Device, Mix of Metal and Glass
? Two-way Video Calling at up to 15 frames per second, Video Capture

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