Motorola Aura Review
Motorola has announced the Motorola AURA, a new luxury phone with a distinctive design that is inspired from watches.
When Motorola AURA will be required to look. The phone has a swivel-classical model (a flap that you can slide sideways) and is made of more 1 62 carat sapphire crystal, as one of the most scratch-free materials in the world. Another high-quality material that is used for housing, is Tungsten Carbide. This material is also used for race engines. The buttons are made of aluminum and of course the phone has a nice polished finish spiegelde.
The specifications of the AURA are slightly less impressive than it looks. The phone does have music player and 2GB memory, but the camera (2 megapixel) and internet support (EDGE) are poor.
Motorola aura video review
The Motorola AURA is available worldwide from the fourth quarter of 2008. It is not yet known what the phone will cost. The price tag will however be quite high, because the suggested retail for the United States is 2000 Dollars.
Motorola Aura Call & Data Features
The Motorola Aura supports GSM 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz networks. Thanks to EDGE support you can use the Motorola Aura reasonably fast with mobile Internet. Obviously, both as SMS and MMS messages with the Motorola Aura are possible to send and receive. In addition, the Motorola Aura also has a WAP browser.
Motorola Aura Multimedia Options
The media player on the Motorola Aura plays both audio (MP3, AAC, AAC +, WAV, WMA and MIDI) and video (MPEG4, H.263 and H.264) files. Also, the Aura has a voice recorder. An internal FM radio is unfortunately not implemented. The built-in camera on the Motorola Aura has a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels (2.0 megapixels). The camera has no optical zoom.
Weigh t141 g
Screen 480 x 480px
Networks 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Camera 2 Megapixels
MP3 Player Yes
Memory Card No
Java Support Yes
Radio Support No
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