That's Ed Zander, Motorola CEO drop testing a new Moto made with stronger materials. What else is he dropping?
We saw the Motorola Z8 before, with its banana-ish sliding body, but Motorola seems to have added some new software features since 3GSM.
We're here in a nice old building in New York's Chelsea district to check out the unveiling of Motorola's new phones. First up was Ming touchscreen clamshell. Then Q smartphone refresh: the Q8 and 3G-capable Q9. Next was ROKR Z6 music phone and Moto Z8 entertainment phone. Coup de grace: RAZR 2.
If you've been craving a phone that contours to your face, the MOTORIZR Z8 slider banana phone is available for preorder. Sure, you'll have to import it for about $670, but think of the potential fun laying it out on the sidewalk and waiting for someone to slip.
Sometimes all the pictures in the world just don't do a phone justice. Case in point, the Motorola Z8. Motorola's demoing it over at 3GSM and letting ethically challenged journalists feel it up. Of note is the curved design and the fact that the interface doesn't completely suck, quite possibly a first for a…
She runs a Symbian OS, the longtime fav of Nokia handsets, and this pretty Moto seems to be robust enough to run video on its 320 by 240, 2.2-inch screen at 30 frames per second. It's 15.3mm thick, which puts it behind the Samsung Ultra waifs. But it has HSDPA high speed cellular data capability, 90MB of users mem…
There's no real info on this to be had, but this is purportedly the upcoming Motorola Z8. It looks to be the next Motorizr, coming hot on the heels of the Z6. From the picture we can deduce that it's a slider, it has green accents, and it has a camera on the front that is probably for mobile videoconferencing.