Motorola cellphones offer some of the more tricked out features: big MP3 players, wide selection of pre-packaged polyphonic ringtones and plenty of space to download MP3 ringers and real music tones, high resolution cameras and games.
Motorola is one of the world’s leading communications providers. The company specializes in innovative communications solutions in combination with advanced and complimentary devices.
Right now one of Motorola’s headiest projects is the international rollout of its WiMax technology. WiMax promises to wirelessly connect the world including stationary and ‘nomadic’ wireless users. In fact Motorola proposes to make the world on large hot spot, no wireless burps, no dead air. As testament to Motorola’s historical significance in the world of cellular communications, the company was one of the first to introduce a functional cellphone—the DynaTAC—in the early part of the 1980s. Still today Motorola phones dominate, and serve up a cutting-edge assortment of phone features that literally drive the industry standards.
In the late 1920s the original company, Gavin Manufacturing, was founded in Chicago. The communications pioneer produced viable innovations in the battery and radio industry, and developed the mobile car radio, which was first used for law enforcement. Other critical advancements included the transistor radio, television and FM radio. In the late ‘40s the company officially became called Motorola.
Wireless has changed the way the world does life and business. Hotspots offer loosely connected pockets of wireless data connection and still wireless cellphone providers fail to provide a blanket of coverage. Nomadic cellphone users will find dead air in various spots. Motorola plans to change all that.
Part of their plan is to continue to stay one step ahead of the current technology. New and highly advanced cellphone devices that outpace the current wireless standards serve to drive the latest provider services. Currently Motorola cellphones top the list of hot devices bundled with audio and imaging capabilities once only found in disparate devices. But once again the company has led in that capacity since 2003 when its A760 phone combined the best of a PDA with a cellphone, thanks to collaboration with Cisco Systems.
Motorola cellphones currently include: