CES 2007 – Motorola RAZR Z6 Music Phone with Linux

by Johan on January 9, 2007

CES 2007 - Motorola RAZR Z6 Music Phone with Linux

Motorola RAZR Z6 is designed to be a music phone that synchronizes with Windows Media Player. The handset supports most of the popular music formats. You can also store all your favorite music files in its 64MB of integrated memory or onto an optional 2GB Micro-SD card. Hit the jump to read Motorola RAZR Z6 specs!

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Specifications:

* Enhanced music experience featuring Windows Media Player 11
* Integrated music player that supports multiple audio files: Windows
* WMAv10 plus Janus DRM, MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC+ enhanced, AMR NB, WAV, XMF
* USB 2.0 for high speed transfers and data access
* 64 MB on-board user memory, plus 2GB removable MicroSD memory card slot
* High end finishes including a mirror-like finish, soft-touch feel, glass and metal
* New Linux operating system that incorporates kJava
* Enhanced user interface
* Enhanced chipset
* 2 Megapixel camera with light and landscape viewfinder
* Video capture and playback, MPEG 4 3GPP, h.263
* Airplane mode
* Messaging via MMS, SMS, IM, Email/POP3
* Mobile Phone Tools support for PC synch of phonebook, contacts, and media
* Quad-Band (GPRS/EDGE) functionality
* 320 x 240, 2″ 262K colors TFT display
* Dimensions: 105x45x16.2mm
* Weight: 105g; Size: Approximately 69cc
* Talk Time: 180-420 minutes; Standby Time: 200-400 hours
* Battery: 780 mAH

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CES 2007 - Motorola RAZR Z6 Music Phone with Linux

CES 2007 - Motorola RAZR Z6 Music Phone with Linux

CES 2007 - Motorola RAZR Z6 Music Phone with Linux

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