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Motorola i410
Dennis Hissink : November 24th 2009 - 10:15 CET
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MotorolaMotorola i410 mobile flip phone : Sometimes you just need to get the word out and be done with it, plain and simple. The Motorola i410 is a comfortably casual flip phone that gives you the freedom to keep it short - or long - with reliable call quality and walkie talkie services and no-nonsense features to help you do whatever it is you do best. When a quick response is all that’s needed, Motorola i410 eliminates back-and-forth with zippy Walkie Talkie. There is no need to repeat yourself with the ability to text up to 20 friends at once and a large, dedicated PTT key on the outside makes quick work of potentially long conversations. Motorola i410 will be available in North America in Q4 2009.

Motorola i410

More wireless features with Motorola i410 mobile phone
Motorola i410 keeps you plugged in with multiple wireless features and services. Use Bluetooth wireless capabilities to hook up with your favorite phone accessories or use GPS and wireless Web to stay casually connected. Voice activated dialing lets you boss around the Motorola i410 by saying who to call when you’re good and ready. When you need to stay hands-free and focused, use the speakerphone for a hands-free conversation.

Motorola i410 phone

Motorola i410 phone specifications
• Talk and standby Time: 3.5 hours/approximately 7 days
• Modes/bands: iDEN 800/900 MHz
• Weight: 128g; 4.5 oz
• Dimensions: 128g; 4.5 oz
• Form factor: Clam
• Battery: BT60 high performance - (SNN5782)
• Connectivity: micro USB, 2.5mm 5-pole Audio Jack, Bluetooth
• Display: 1.79” internal 128x160 - 65k TFT/ 0.97” External 96x32
• Messaging/WAP: MMS, Openwave 7.x (WAP 2.0)
• Audio: supported formats: MP3, Midi, AU,WAV
• Antenna: Internal
• Side keys: PTT, Volume Up, Volume Down
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