MotoInfo, which is Motorola's virtual press room (and according to Motorola not intend to be used by consumers) finally has more and public information (and official photos) about Motorola's long time rumored Windows Mobile Smartphone MPx220:
By harnessing the power of a desktop and the portability of a mobile phone, the Motorola MPx220 is the perfect solution for bringing your office on the road. The sophisticated model MPx220 gives users instant access to e-mail, the Web, advanced multi-media messaging service (MMS), global quad-band performance and an integrated camera. Productivity is sure to increase so the busy professional will never miss a beat when away from the office. And, with photo caller-ID, the ability to download games, musical ring tones and more, the model MPx220 promises that business executives can have some fun too.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 operating system allows compatibility with all Pocket PC applications
Smartphone OS designed to match and transpose the Outlook desktop experience
Global Quad Band Performance
Integrated 1.3 Mega pixel camera, 3x zoom, flash and self-portrait capabilities make it possible to capture your business and personal encounters with ease
BluetoothÂ® connectivity and speaker phone to allow hands free conversations
64MB Flash ROM and mini SD card with up to 512 MB removable memory for extra storage
MMS messaging features for sending pictures, animations, wallpaper, icons and more
Downloading capabilities for adding on new games, musical ringtones, business applications and more at any whim
Works with optional accessories including Bluetooth Car Kit, 3rd Gen Bluetooth Headset, Bluetooth Stereo Headset, Bluetooth Headset (Rip Curl), Bluetooth Headset (Hammer), Bluetooth SIHF Car Kit, Retractable Self Install Car Kit, Professional Install Car Kit, Retractable Headset, One Touch Headset, USB Data Cable, Travel Charger (Low Cost) and Vehicle Power Adapter (Gadwall), etc.
This press information doesn't includes any information about planned release dates nor prices or availabilities but hey - finally it is the first official information about this "ghost" phone and it looks good - if you like clamshell devices. ;-)