Motorola brings affordability to the Kingdom

Motorola has added a new camera phone to its portfolio in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - the Motorola C650. Distributed by Motorola partner Axiom Telecom, the Motorola C650 is targeted at Saudi consumers looking for a mobile that combines top tier functionality and technology with affordability.

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By  Chris Fernando Published  April 24, 2005

Motorola has added a new camera phone to its portfolio in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - the Motorola C650. Distributed by Motorola partner Axiom Telecom, the Motorola C650 is targeted at Saudi consumers looking for a mobile that combines top tier functionality and technology with affordability. In addition to packing in world-roaming technology (triband), a 4x zoom VGA camera, and an MP3 ringtone function, the Motorola C650 also comes with a large 128 x 128 pixel colour display. A feature called MotoMixer is also present, which allows users to mix and re-master their favourite ringtones. The phone has 1.8MB of built-in memory too, though this cannot be expanded. "Furthering Motorola’s commitment to deliver a variety of handsets at price points to suit all users, the new model C650 is a strong product that is certain to deliver a full featured mobile experience to the Saudi mass market,” said Ahmed Elkalliny, regional business development manager, Motorola KSA. The Motorola C650 is available in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia now through Axiom, at an asking price of $150. Motorola has also recently signed an agreement to implement Saudi Arabia’s second GSM mobile operator, ‘Mobily’ (Etihad Etisalat Company).

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