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Motorola A1000 Smartphone

Motorola A1000

The Motorola A1000 is powered by Symbian OS 7.0 (UIQ), and is a combined mobile phone and PDA. The A1000 was ideally designed for the user who wants to integrate a mobile phone with a PDA instead of having to carry two pieces of kit. The A1000 has a reasonably sized 208 x 320 pixel display.

The Motorola A1000 features a 1.3 Mega Pixel camera, Bluetooth technology, GPS (Global Positioning System) Services, video calling and access to 3G technology.

An update to the A925, this is a 3G phone, with the following features:

  • Network UMTS/GSM 900/1800/1900
  • Dimensions 117 x 59 x 18.7mm
  • Weight 160g
  • Display: Size 208 x 320 pixels touchscreen
  • Built-in Handsfree
  • Handwriting Recognition
  • USB Port
  • GPRS
  • SMS, EMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
  • GPS Function
  • Symbian OS 7.0
  • Built-in Digital 1.2MegaPixel Camera
  • Bluetooth
  • WAP 2.0
  • MP3, MPEG4 Player
Availability:Nov 2004 - Now no longer available
Discuss this phone in our Symbian UIQ forum

Useful links:

  • Discuss UIQ - Discussion of the Symbian OS phones
  • Networks - Information on settings for the main UK network operators
  • Handango - Top site for software for your Symbian OS phone HOT!
  • AllAboutSymbian and MySymbian - News and information on Symbian and supported phones
  • Motorola A1010 - The follow-up to the Motorola A1000
  • O2 online - UK mobile phone network operator, offering free SMS text messages

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