MWC: Motorola GLEAM targets non smartphone users

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Motorola says new GLEAM device shows that “great design never goes out of fashion”

The Motorola GLEAM is for consumers which Motorola says  “just want a simple phone that makes calls”.

At 13.9mm thick, the GLEAM will be a highly affordable handset according to the manufacturer, that should be available in the UK on prepay, although a retail price has not been confirmed.

The phone has an FM radio, a 2 mega pixel camera with video capture and MP3 playback as well as expandable memory and Bluetooth with stereo audio output, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack for listening to music or the radio.

The phone also has some clever touches, such as a glowing light that glows to highlight a call or message, or an LED matrix that can keep you notified of upcoming events or information such as the time.

It will be available in a choice of colours will be on offer, including graphite gray, lacquer red and thistle, while a stereo headset will be supplied with the phone as standard.

Motorola Mobility vice president of marketing for international markets Andrew Morley said:  “The Motorola GLEAM is a stylish and fun phone that also offers consumers a number of key entertainment features.

“It’s also a little quirky with its lighting design letting you stand out from the crowd and make a statement.”

Courtesy of Whatmobile.net

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