Oct 172007

For most, Motorola’s booth at the Symbian Smartphone show has just been a place to look at all kinds of stuntmen. However, due to an insider tip, we were made aware of a Motorola concept phone being on-site. The phone is a kick-slide, runs UIQ without touchscreen and has a 3.2MP camera:
0a Motorola Z8s successor   snapshots from the Smartphone Show

Here are a few more pictures of Motorola folks having the device in their hands:
1a Motorola Z8s successor   snapshots from the Smartphone Show 1b Motorola Z8s successor   snapshots from the Smartphone Show 1c Motorola Z8s successor   snapshots from the Smartphone Show

This device is said to be the successor to the Z8; the main feature that was highlighted at the show was its “video slideshow” capability. This essentially is a bit of software that allows you to stitch together movies, text and images into a custom presentation; and save the presentation as a video.

As of now, getting pictures of the box is impossible officially – these images were shot using 5x zoom from approx 10 metes away. Motorola folks refused to give any information about the device…

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  3. Symbian Smartphone Show – first impressions
  4. Motorola Z10 gets “official”
  5. The Samsung Booth at the Symbian Smartphone Show

  4 Responses to “Motorola Z8′s successor – snapshots from the Smartphone Show”

  1. where can i get one and at wat price?

  2. Hi Ernie,
    as of now, Motorola folks didn’t even confirm or deny that the box will ever hit the road.

    However, I dare to predict pricing along the lines of the current Z8…

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  3. If anyone’s still checking this blog I would like to know if these phones will hit the US market? I like the curve idea. It seems it would be comfortable to talk with. I’m not a huge fan of ear pieces, probably in the minority here.

  4. Hi Kevin,
    as already said – this is an UNRELEASED and UNNANOUNCED product.

    So, all I know is what I have above; sorry – I would love to tell you more, but I cannot…

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

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