Motorola's recently-launched Motomobile
line got a bit more crowded today, with the company adding four new phones to those already being offered under the low-cost brand. On the flip-phone front, Moto's trotted out the W380 and W395 handsets, with the former getting a VGA camera and FM radio, and the latter upping things slightly with a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, and a microSD slot for storage, among other features. For those that prefer phones of the candy bar variety, the W218 will give you that same VGA cam and FM radio, along with a 1.6-inch display, while the W360 provides many of the same features in a slightly smaller form factor. The W218 looks like it'll be the first of the lot to roll out, set to launch sometime in the second quarter of this year, with the remaining three following sometime in Q3.