Motorola MOTOROKR EM35 debuts
Motorola certainly aren’t too good with public relations, or they know something much more than I do when it comes to product launches. Imagine releasing a handset that you hope will do well (when you’re in Motorola’s position, virtually any phone released ought to do well so that you can keep your business operations afloat) on the same day that one of your much larger rival unveils their flagship handset. We’re talking about the Nokia N97 here people, and this smartphone outguns Motorola’s whimper of a MOTOROKR EM35 by all accounts. Still, it wouldn’t be unfair to write off the EM35 without taking a closer look at it, so leave pen your comments once you’re done with this post right after the jump.
First of all, the Motorola MOTOROKR EM35 is not meant to be a high end handset by all accounts, although you can tell by its naming convention that this will be a music-centric phone. First of all, it is capable of amplifying your conversations while reducing background noise courtesy of its CrystalTalk technology, which is able to offer superior voice quality and personalized noise adaptation for a noticeable difference in the clarity and intelligibility of conversations despite being right smack in the middle of a noisy environment. In addition, the EM35 comes with a secondary microphone that helps eliminate more ambient background noise from the call.
This slider handset will also come with a full range of dedicated music control keys to ensure you’re at the top of your game at all times. You will be able to listen via its built-in stereo speakers or rely on stereo Bluetooth connectivity, or even remain tethered via 3.5mm wired headphones – it all really boils down to what you want. Other features include the FastScroll navigation wheel, pre-installed widgets, an integrated FM radio and SONGID technology that makes it easier to identify unknown tracks that have gotten your feet tapping. You can expect to see the MOTOROKR EM35 arrive later this year for a yet undisclosed price.