Motorola brings more 3G terminals to the Middle East

The handsets join the recently announced Motorola A845, E1000 and A1000 3G handsets that have been launched in the region.

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By  Tawanda Chihota Published  September 21, 2005

Motorola has announced the regional availability of its new clamshell V975 and slim candybar C975 - the latest products to join its 3G handset range. “We continually aim to offer the widest range of mobile phones to regional users. With all the features subscribers could want from 3G phones and unparalleled adaptability, these new handsets make it simple for a wider range of customers to download music, watch video clips or install 3D games,” says Patrick Mulligan, area director for Motorola’s Mobile Devices Business. The handsets join the recently announced Motorola A845, E1000 and A1000 3G handsets that have been launched in the region, and the two new devices incorporate features including 2-way video conferencing, VGA camera with 4x zoom. “By continuing to work closely with regional mobile operators, we are confident that we have the right pieces in place today to promote wireless growth and choice in the Middle East marketplace,” says Mulligan.

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