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The Motorola A910

Peter Rojas
Motorola A910

Not sure which carrier is going to get this, but Motorola also announced the A910, a new Linux-powered tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE handset with support for UMA, or Unlicensed Mobile Access, a new-ish wireless technology that'll let you seamlessly pass a call from a cellular network to a WiFi network without interrupting the call (if you swing that way, UMA will also work with Bluetooth, too). Anyway, besides obviously having built-in Bluetooth and WiFi, the A910 also has a 320 x 240 pixel LCD screen, a 1.3 megapixel digital camera, a TransFlash memory card slot, a media player that can handle "multiple audio codecs", and support for A2DP (which is a Bluetooth profile for streaming stereo audio).

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