Thursday, July 30, 2009

Motorola EM330 Titanium is FREE

Let me tell you about the Motorola EM330 Titanium. It’s a great looking flip-phone that you’ll be proud to carry and use. It has the now-standard dual displays. The outside display is a basic black and white screen that shows time, signal strength, battery life and other useful information. The inside display is a 1.8 inch screen in full color.

So far, you’ve got a basic flip-phone that runs on the AT&T wireless network. But look what else you get in the EM330. How about a 1.3 Megapixel digital camera that offers 4x digital zoom and camcorder mode for capturing the action in video clips. It supports AT&T picture messaging.

With such a nice camera, you may find yourself using it as a regular digital camera and not just to take funny pix to send to your friends. Concerned about running out of memory from taking too many pictures? No problem. Just add a microSD memory card up to 2 GB and snap to your heart’s content.

How about the music features? This flip phone has a built-in MP3 player with external dedicated music controls. It also has an FM radio so you can tune in your favorite stations. Want to listen in private? You can stream your tunes to a wireless Bluetooth headset to get that “big” sound. Transfer music from your PC using a USB cable or Bluetooth.

Stay connected to your social circle or business associates via email, text messaging, instant messaging or the built-in mobile Web browser. Make sure you order the plan add-on services you need to communicate as you please.

You might be concerned that having extra capabilities in your phone will reduce your talk time or add to the size and weight. Not so. Those clever Motorola engineers have devised circuitry that fits into a handy size 3.5 x 2 x 0.9 inch titanium colored case weighing in at just 3.2 ounces. Talk time? It’s up to 7 hours, so chat on my friend. On standby your battery will last up to 10 days between charges.

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