Motorola i733 limited edition phone

This limited edition phone features an eye-catching, metallic bluish-purple color, brilliant color screen capable of displaying up to 65,000 colors, and multi-colored lights that come to life everytime a user gets a call or opens the flip-style phone.

“Bloomingdale’s prides itself on attracting fashion-forward customers who are always looking to identify the next big style trend,” said Anne Keating, senior vice president of Bloomingdale’s. “Afterthe success of the previous four Motorola limited edition mobile phones sold through Bloomingdale’s, we are pleased to offer holiday shoppers the Motorola i733 Limited Edition phone as the ultimatefashion accessory.“

While the phone is stylish and sleek, it also offers advance technology features. Its GPS technology allows users to access location-based services such as turn-by-turn driving directions, maps, andlocal areas of interest. Additional features include Internet access*, integrated speakerphone, a two-way radio that enables instant communications from coast to coast, and ring tones users canassign to specific individuals in the phone book*.

“Motorola provides users with mobile phones that fuse function, fashion and lifestyle,” said Rey More’, senior vice president and general manager, Motorola’s iDEN® Subscriber Group. “TheMotorola i733 Limited Edition phone is another example of how Motorola works with companies such as Bloomingdale’s to take mobile phones to the next level by incorporating usable features and greatstyle.”

The phone offers several pre-installed JavaTM applications including THQ Wireless Darts, dwango® Racing, Animobile’s Dead Ahead and CalcTool as well as several exclusivewallpaper designs. Pre-installed ring tones include “In Da Club” and “Crazy in Love”. Weighing only four ounces and measuring 4.8 x 1 x 2 inches, the Motorola i733 Limited Edition phone is thesmallest Motorola phone ever sold by Bloomingdale’s.

The Motorola i733 Limited Edition phone is available at Bloomingdale’s stores for $549. Service is available through Nextel Communications in the United States. To purchase the phone, please call theBloomingdale’s Men’s Shopping Service at 212-705-3030.

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