New Delhi: American telecommunications firm, Motorola Inc, on 30 April 2008 launched the MotoYuva W270, an affordable, stylish, slim and classic cell phone, which offers music through an inbuilt MP3 player and easy-to-use music capabilities with dedicated MP3 and FM keys.
The phone ideally suited for music lovers on the move, features keys to play/stop, adjust the music volume, change FM channels and MP3 music tracks, even with the flip closed. An integrated stereo FM radio with RDS support allows users to view FM stations, name of the artist and the song's name.
MotoYuva W270 has a 2GB expandable memory and an enhanced battery that provides up to 550 minutes and 450 hours of standby time.
Other features include a phone book that can store up to 500 names, CrystalTalk technology that reduces ambient noise, a bright 128X128 pixels 65,000 colour display, Hinglish predictive text software, wallpapers, screen savers, along with preloaded games such as Sudoku and Tetris.
At 94 grams, the sleek and stylish MotoYuva W270 has a T-Flash Card support up to 2GB and is enabled with GPRS Class 10 that provides fast web browsing and downloads. Other standard features include currency converter, calculator, calendar with an event reminder.
''We believe MotoYuva W270 will redefine mobile music and create a paradigm shift in 'making music listening a style statement','' said Lloyd Mathias, director marketing, India and South West Asia, Motorola Mobile Devices.
''The phone is a music lover's dream in a stylish, attractively priced clamshell form factor. We are making a very compelling offer to an aspiring Indian music enthusiast to have fun-on-the-go, always!'' he added.
The phone comes with a 256MB microSD card, USB cable and stereo headset and is priced at Rs3,583.