From Motorola’s press release:
Motorola, Inc. today announced the Motorola i710, a new mobile device designed to appeal to small and medium sized business owners desiring a more affordable, user-friendly handset for their workforces. Sleek and stylish without being complicated, the Motorola i710 flip phone offers Motorola’s iDEN push-to-talk technology, enabling users to communicate instantly at the touch of a button.
â€œThe Motorola i710 mobile phone is an economical, yet feature-rich solution allowing users to stay connected like never before,â€œ said Rey More’, senior vice president and general manager, Motorola’s iDEN Subscriber Group. â€œThe Motorola i710 can enable users to work more efficiently through many user-friendly features our customers have come to expect.â€
These features include:
Java technology business applications GPS technology, allowing users to track fleets, simplify routes, and obtain the quickest directions mobile messaging services, giving users convenient, one-screen access to voice mail messages, text messages and quick notes brilliant internal color display datebook 600-entry contacts list integrated speakerphone voice dialing voice recorder wait and pause dialing for quicker access to telephone systems with passwords
The Motorola i710 weighs 5.06 ounces and measures 3.67 x 2.04 x 1.08 inches. It is available through Nextel Communications and Southern LINC in the United States.
For more details and specifications, visit Motorola’s Website.
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