Motosurf A3100. Hey, Moto, we like this.


Motosurf A3100. Hey, Moto, we like this. Hey, Motorola. Remember them? They used to make Windows Mobile phones. They were quite good too – the MPx200 was a great phone and we kinda miss that Moto magic. This is the Motosurf A3100, a touch-screen device with an omni-directional trackball and “a customizable icon-based carousel” which shows weather, email and news updates plus one-touch access into Facebook.


Specs? Well, you’ll looking at a Qualcomm MSM 7201A CPU powering Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro. There’s a QVGA screen, 3 megapixel auto-focus camera and VGA video-calling camera, GPS, 256MB Flash, 128MB RAM and a microSD card slot with HC supporting up to 32GB. For connectivity you’ve got quad-band EDGE / GPRS and triband 3G / HSDPA and stereo Bluetooth with A2DP. Alas, no WiFi.

This will be arriving in Asia and Latin America in Q1 this year, let’s hope it’ll appear elsewhere too. Get more pictures below.

Link – Motosurf A3100

Motosurf A3100. Hey, Moto, we like this.

Motosurf A3100. Hey, Moto, we like this.

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