MotoMING, Linux against iPhone, before iPhone
It is not true that mobile phones and other electronic devices become obsolete within a few months: this is proven by numerous mobile phones that have been in the breach for a long time and this is also demonstrated by the landing in Italy of the MotoMING, the smartphone that Motorola presented to the Asian market over a year ago.
A device, many argue, with which Motorola is trying to “get its hands on” and cover market share and demand with a mobile phone evolved in advance of the landing in markets around the world of the dreaded Apple iPhone.
Long awaited in Europe, the MotoMING arrives today also in Italy, with its “bivalve” design, its transparent cover that allows you to see the display even when the shell is closed, the bilingual system for recognizing the user’s handwriting.
The MotoMING is a Triband GSM / GPRS / EDGE equipped with Linux operating system, 2.4-inch QVGA touchscreen display with 262 thousand colors, 2 Megapixel camera, 8 MB of internal memory expandable up to 2 GB with microSD cards, Bluetooth connectivity, RealPlayer, support for SMS / EMS / MMS / E-mail (POP3 and IMAP4) messaging and Office documents, FM radio, multimedia and multi-format player, integrated hands-free system.
The MotoMING is available on the Italian market at a price of 349 euros.