Motorola has partnered with Boost Mobiline to produce its thinnest iDen clam shell phone, known as the Stature i9 . It measures only about 15mm and is indeed a decent phone for iDen users, both in design and features. It is the thinnest Motorola iDEN Push-To-Talk flip ever. Combining powerful productivity and modern style, it’s perfect for those driven to succeed.
Motorola Stature i9 comes with Motorola’s ModeShift technology which enables the keys outside the exterior of the touch sensitive change and illuminate based on the user’s current running application, letting users see the keys for imaging, video and media player. It will have haptic feedback that produces gentle vibration, acknowledging the user’s touch. There will also be 3.1-megapixel camera with flash and autofocus on the Nextel National Network for high-resolution images that can be printed on the two large screens.
It has Linux-Java as the operative system, stereo Bluetooth for high-quality sound and while the addition of up to an 8 GB optional removable memory card keeps plenty of music, videos and pictures with you. Plus, the large external display with touch-sensitive media keys lets you access media, recent calls and more without even opening the flip. Different keys light up when you make a call, listen to music or take a picture. Extra features on Motorola i9 a navigation system also known as GPS and a working mode similar to the iphone.
The Motorola Stature i9 is now available for $199.99 with two-year service agreement and after $50 mail-in rebate. It will also be available at Boost Mobile for about $299.99 with no contract.
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